The role and peformance of Ofsted - Education Committee Contents


List of additional written evidence


(published in Volume III on the Committee's website www.parliament.uk/education-committee)  

1  London School of Islamics  Ev w1

2  Sue Allen  Ev w1

3  Dr Steve Austin  Ev w2

4  Ruth Welsh  Ev w5

5  Liz Rook  Ev w6

6  D Baird, Nafferton Primary School  Ev w6

7  Bob Prince MA  Ev w7

8  Mike Bostock, New Media Learning  Ev w8

9  Sheelagh Webster  Ev w10

10  David Singleton OBE  Ev w11

11  Landex  Ev w13

12  DEA  Ev w16

13  Shirley Finch  Ev w17

14  CASCAiD  Ev w18

15  Emeritus Professor Malyn Newitt  Ev w19

16  National Association of Independent Schools and Non-Maintained
Special Schools (NASS)  Ev w21

17  Christopher Thomson, Principal, Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth
Form College  Ev w23

18  Daycare Trust  Ev w23

19  Chailey Heritage School  Ev w27

20  Jonathan Prest, Principal of Barton Peveril Sixth Form College  Ev w28

21  Dr John Oversby  Ev w29

22  Martin Brader  Ev w30

23  David Wright  Ev w30

24  Frank Shore  Ev w30

25  Incorporated Society of Musicians  Ev w31

26  Michael Bassey  Ev w32

27  Paul Carvin, Head of Raising Achievement Service, Gateshead Council  Ev w34

28  Staffordshire County Council  Ev w36

29  Jonathon Godfrey, Principal, Hereford Sixth Form College  Ev w38

30  The Howard League for Penal Reform  Ev w39

31  Governors of Heaton Manor School, Newcastle upon Tyne  Ev w42

32  Newcastle College Group  Ev w42

33  British Humanist Association  Ev w45

34  Kidsunlimited  Ev w48

35  Barnardo's  Ev w50

36  Essex County Council Early Years and Childcare  Ev w51

37  Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS)  Ev w52

38  Mr and Mrs Dominic Williams  Ev w53

39  National Primary Heads  Ev w56

40  Governing body and stakeholders of a faith based primary school  Ev w57

41  SkillsActive  Ev w58

42  Sense  Ev w62

43  National Childminding Association  Ev w64

44  The Universities' Council for the Education of Teachers  Ev w66

45  Paul Neilson, FDA national officer and Jon Richards, UNISON national
officer, on behalf of Trade Union Side (TUS) at Ofsted  Ev w67

46  The Fostering Network  Ev w69

47  The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA)  Ev w71

48  Neil Roskilly, Chief Executive Officer, The Independent Schools Association  Ev w72

49  Sixth Form Colleges' Forum  Ev w73

50  Association of National Specialist Colleges, Natspec  Ev w74

51  The Nationwide Association of Fostering Providers  Ev w76

52  Westminster City Council  Ev w77

53  National Children's Bureau (NCB)  Ev w79

54  Buckinghamshire County Council  Ev w82

55  Tony Lau-Walker, Chief Executive of Eastleigh College and Chair
of the Windsor Group of Colleges  Ev w85

56  The Royal Society of Chemistry  Ev w87

57  Professor Dame Julia Higgins FRS, Chair, The Advisory Committee
of Mathematics Education  Ev w89

58  Wandsworth Council  Ev w91

59  Rebecca Allen, Institute of Education, University of London and
Simon Burgess, CMPO, University of Bristol  Ev w93

60  NSPCC  Ev w99

61  A+ Education Ltd  Ev w103

62  The National Foundation for Educational Research  Ev w105

63  Sam Preston  Ev w109

64  Play England  Ev w111

65  Ofsted   Ev w114

66  British Association of Social Workers  Ev w118

67  Boarding Schools' Association and State Boarding Schools' Association  Ev w120

68  SCORE  Ev w123

69  Special Educational Consortium  Ev w125

70  Napo  Ev w129

71  Stonewall  Ev w135

72  The Food for Life Partnership  Ev w138

73  National Association of Head Teachers  Ev w145

74  Recruitment and Employment Confederation  Ev w148

75  General Social Care Council  Ev w150

76  National Union of Teachers  Ev w154

77  Association of Colleges (AoC)  Ev w162

78  Association of School and College Leaders  Ev w167

79  Voice: the Union for Education Professionals  Ev w170

80  HMC  Ev w172

81  National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS)  Ev w174

82  The Association for Science Education  Ev w176

83  National Governors' Association  Ev w177

84  Association of Governors of Independent Schools (AGBIS)  Ev w180

85  Save the Children  Ev w180

86  Independent Children's Homes Association  Ev w183

87  Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education  Ev w185

88  Granada Learning  Ev w185

89  Association for Tutors in Science Education  Ev w189

90  Care Quality Commission  Ev w191

91  General Teaching Council for England  Ev w193

92  NASUWT  Ev w196

93  Association of Directors of Children's Services  Ev w200

94  Oxfordshire County Council  Ev w203

95  Children's Food Campaign  Ev w205

96  Institute of Physics  Ev w207

97  Carrie Dunne  Ev w207

98  Mrs Carole Thomson  Ev w212

99  Angela Cross-Durrant  Ev w212

100  CfBT, Tribal and Serco  Ev w216

101  Association of Teachers and Lecturers  Ev w220

102  Lancashire County Councillor John Shedwick, Chair of the county
council's Scrutiny Committee  Ev w223

103  Ann Coffey MP  Ev w224

104  National Day Nurseries Association  Ev w225

105  Girls' Schools Association  Ev w228

106  Local Government Group  Ev w229

107  Department for Education  Ev w232

108  Institute of Education, University of London  Ev w235

109  East Riding of Yorkshire Council  Ev w237

110  Reading Borough Council  Ev w238

111  Alan Quinn  Ev w240

112  School Food Trust  Ev w244

113  South East Association of the Directors of Children's Services  Ev w244

114  John Riley  Ev w245

115  The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI)  Ev w246

116  Pam Barrow-Jones  Ev w248

117  Professor Colin Richards  Ev w248; 249

118  Dorothy Latham  Ev w249

119  Katharine Birbalsingh  Ev w250

120  Veale Wasbrough Vizards  Ev w251




 
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