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What are your views on re-instating inspections for outstanding schools?

Rescue Our Schools has been approached by the BBC  about Ofsted inspections following this story that they’re being re-instated for outstanding schools. See the article here

Many haven’t been inspected in over 10 years. The BBC journalist would like to hear people’s views as follows:  what do you make of this decision? Do parents rely on Ofsted ratings when choosing their children’s schools? What else do or should they take into account when choosing a school for their children? Do you have any views on inspections in general?  If you would like to send the journalist a comment, please email Thank you in advance!


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  1. Totally agree- schools do not maintain Outstanding forever- and the framework for inspection changes. However the inspections should be much less frequent- perhaps every 8 years- unless there is a change in the headteacher.

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