Ofsted 'mindful' of councils' coronavirus pressures

By Martin Ford | 03 June 2020

Ofsted’s national director for social care has promised to be ‘extremely mindful’ of pressures faced by councils as it looks at resuming operations post-lockdown.

The watchdog is looking at ‘risk-assessed short visits’ looking at help and protection, children in care and care leavers, and impact of leadership, following Government advice on social distancing, Yvette Stanley told a policy conference organised by the Westminster Education Forum.

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