In September 2014 the DFE published a list of statutory requirements that all maintained schools must publish on their website. The Ofsted Inspection Handbook states "The lead inspector will use all available evidence to develop an initial picture of the school’s performance.
The planning will be informed by analysis of: information on the school’s website, including its statement on the use of the pupil premium, in primary schools the PE and sport premium, the statutory sharing with parents of curriculum information (so the lead inspector can start to assess the breadth and balance of the school’s curriculum and whether it is likely to promote preparation for and an appreciation of life in modern Britain), the special educational needs (SEN) information report, the presence and suitability of the safeguarding guidance, taking into account current government requirements, information about the promotion of equality of opportunity and other information for parents."
When Ofsted call, your website is the last thing you want to be worrying about so get ahead of the game and ensure you are compliant today. A health check on your school website is absolutely free and in most cases, you will receive a summary report with 72 hours. If you're fully compliant you pay nothing at all. The only time you pay is when you request a copy of the full report detailing the specifics of what is missing - £75.00.
Follow-up and ongoing health checks are also available after you have implemented the recommendations from the report at a reduced tariff.