Overview of Ofsted’s approach to ‘summary evaluations’ of MATs.

In December 2018, the Secretary of State wrote to Ofsted confirming the process for summary evaluations of multi-academy trusts. The summary evaluations are not inspections and are defined by Ofsted as being “when inspectors evaluate the quality of education provided by a MAT and leaders’ contributions to this, drawing on previous inspections of individual academies within that MAT.”

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