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Ofsted inspection: questions on child protection and safeguarding

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Last updated on 2 June 2016
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What questions might Ofsted ask governors about safeguarding? Two of our associate education experts suggest a number of questions that Ofsted inspectors may ask about child protection and safeguarding. We also relay advice on using these questions.

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Contents

  1. 1 Questions on child protection and safeguarding
  2. 2 Guidance on using these questions
  3. 3 Inspection of safeguarding: guidance from Ofsted

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