The Chaos, Corruption and Lies of so-called School Improvement.

View from the Bottom

It finally happened. Ofsted turned up to inspect my old school and published the report today. “Special Measures” again. I wont link to the report directly; you can find it if you dig. There are lovely pupils I taught last year and fine ex-colleagues that are still struggling to conduct learning amid the sea of incompetence. They don’t need my drop of excreta labelled to add to the shower of sewage that now descends upon them.

Lets recap. Six years ago a weak LA school was branded SM in an incompetent inspection. It may have been 4 as it had been 3 for some time, but the informal comments of inspectors to me, showed prejudice and their disorganisation showed incompetence. After a ridiculous episode of Consultant input largely by Education London and risibly inaccurate reports of progress by HMI the results resembled a Stuka. It was academised. The CEO lambasted…

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