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Ofsted in £2m recruitment campaign.

Ofsted in £2m recruitment campaign.

Ofsted has launched a £2 million pound recruitment push ahead of the expected lifting of the exemption for “outstanding” schools.

The watchdog is looking to take on another 30 inspectors (HMI) on starting salaries of £72,665 once they have passed probation, according to its advert. If all 30 roles are filled, the salaries would total £2,179,950.

An Ofsted spokesperson told Schools Week that HMI roles were recruited “well in advance to take account of regular turnover and potential changes in the demand for inspection.

“We also take into account lengthy notice periods and the time it takes to train inspectors.”

The government confirmed earlier this month that it will scrap the exemption for “outstanding” schools, following criticism that some have not been inspected for a decade.

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