Sandimous wrote:No, I won't be giving details, but an action plan will be made available by the school in a few weeks. Not sure why it is so unbelievable that the school would address the issues raised in the report anyhow.
Well, one of the most significant issues raised in the Ofsted report was a failure by the governors to hold the school to account for the performance of the children. One reading of the report is that the culture of complacency stated with the governors.
I have read today the following on the blog of Elizabeth McFarlane, one of the governors:
"The school just had a nasty OFSTED inspection and I want to cheer them up, especially the head teacher because he is a lovely man and a great head. I'm very fond of him. So that message I made, out of lots of cut-out letters from old newspapers and stuck on a piece of card, to give to the head teacher and staff at the school where I am a governor, and where they just had a horrible OFSTED inspection, it said: Don't Let The Bastards Get You Down. Seems appropriate somehow."
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