Redbridge Education Partnership (REP) is a forward thinking, independent organisation of partner schools which aims to strengthen practices, support and encourage autonomy to enhance educational excellence and outcomes for all Redbridge children.
What we do
The responsibility for school improvement has started to shift away from local authorities, forcing schools to become more independent and less centralised as a result.
The shift towards self-sustained improvement means that schools need to work together to ensure that working as a partnership is efficient, positive, and leads to greater impact.
REP consists of maintained schools and academies with 51 primary schools and four special schools as full members and nine secondary and two primary schools as associate members.
The REP focus is on building strong partnerships by collaborating and co-operating with these schools, the Local Authority, teaching schools and other local and national organisations to create and support more autonomous, high quality educational opportunities for all children as well as improving the professional ambitions of staff.
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Terms of Reference
The standards that school and childcare providers must meet for the learning, development and care of children from birth to 5.
Criteria that early years qualifications, started before 1 September 2014, must meet to be classed as 'full and relevant' by DfE.
The assessment criteria and minimum qualification content requirements for level 3 early years educators.
The criteria for the minimum qualification content of level 2 early years practitioners qualifications.
Lists of qualifications that meet DfE's criteria for counting in the early years foundation stage framework staff:child ratios.
The staff:child ratios regulations that providers working with children at early years foundation stage (EYFS) must follow.
The qualifications that staff must hold to be included in the specified staff:child ratios at levels 2, 3 and 6 of the early years foundation stage (EYFS).
New laws to reduce the impact of industrial action on rail, border security and ambulance services while balancing the ability of workers to strike.
Research looking at whether, on average, bigger childcare providers deliver childcare more cheaply.
Evidence of providers’ finances from the 2022 survey of childcare and early years providers.
A statement on the conclusion of the coroner's inquest from Ofsted's Chief Inspector.
Ofsted's Chief Inspector at the National Children and Adult Services (NCASC) annual conference.
Ofsted’s guidance on quality assurance of online providers under the Online Education Accreditation Scheme.
Guidance for childminder agencies on registering with Ofsted, including the process, fees and requirements. It sets out the legal background and the extent of our regulatory powers.
Ofsted's policy on how we regulate childcare providers explains what we may do if a provider is not following the regulations.
Annual Ofsted report letters on the inspection work by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).
Data on the difference in Ofsted employees’ average earnings from April 2022 to March 2023.
Ofsted reports on the quality of the inspection work carried out by the inspectorates of British schools overseas.
Fostering in England statistics for the period 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022.
Guides for parents, carers, children and young people about inspections of local services for children and young people with SEND.