The lived experience of the young: an inspection lacuna?

FORUM - ISSN 0963-8253
Volume 65 Number 3 (2023)

The lived experience of the young: an inspection lacuna?
Tom Wylie pages 91-94
DOI: 10.3898/forum.2023.65.3.12


This paper considers how effectively inspection takes account of the ‘lived experience’ of young people in school and in their leisure time, and identifies some weaknesses in both data gathering and reporting. It asserts that Ofsted should be more forthright in its judgments of the curriculum range now offered in schools, and regrets its lack of attention to the non-formal educational opportunities available out of school which have the capacity to enrich young lives. 

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Tom Wylie (2023) The lived experience of the young: an inspection lacuna?, FORUM, 65(3), 91-94.

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