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Ofsted underspend - more inspections?

Ofsted underspend - more inspections?

Audit-committee minutes reveal an underspend of £1.2 million in its budget, a surplus that could be used to finance more inspections 


Ofsted is forecasting an an underspend of £1.2 million in its 2017-18 budget despite seeing its budget slashed and says it wants to use the extra money to finance more inspections.

By 2019-20, the inspectorate will have seen its funding cut by 38 per cent, compared to the £200m in funding it enjoyed in 2010-11. But now audit-committee minutes from the schools watchdog have revealed it is on course to have money left over at the end of this financial year.

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