‘Don’t use disadvantaged pupils as excuse for badly-run schools’

‘Don’t use disadvantaged pupils as excuse for badly-run schools’
 

Disadvantaged pupils should not be used as an excuse for chronically under-achieving schools, the head of Ofsted has warned, as it was revealed that more than 130 have consistently under-performed for a decade.
Amanda Spielman, the education watchdog’s chief inspector, said the schools had unstable leadership, problems recruiting, and high proportions of deprived students.
But she hit out at the culture of “disadvantage one-upmanship” in her first annual report, 
adding: “Schools with all 
ranges of children can and do succeed.”
Labour said Government policies had created problems with... read more

 
14 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 33
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