I had a great chat with a pshe lead yesterday regarding ofsted and single subject inspections.
Main considerations were;
Know the ofsted framework for pshe. On their website. Use it as a sef style tool. Ensure you show you use it to evaluate your subjects impact. Be able to show impact. Eg we are good at reducing bullying- here are our bullying logs.
Be wary of stating extra curricular clubs as enhancing pshe as there will be kids not included. If you want to use this as an example know who goes. Know which groups are represented eg more boys with emotional difficulties etc.
Grade your school using their descriptors. When someone comes in be proactive - we grade ourselves as here....this is the evidence. We are not yet here because ...and therefore we have implemented....to help move forwards.
The most important point was to ensure impact is shown in any evidence. There's no point saying we are really good at financial ed as we have a great scheme in place when you can't then say ' since then all the parents report that their children are opening savings accounts etc' or we are really good at reducing bullying as we have anti bullying days and part of our scheme is about anti bullying, when you have no figures of bullying incidents reducing or pupil perception surveys showing they feel safer.
Also its currently unlikely that pshe will get subject specific inspections atm but its good to be prepared!