The #OfstedBigConversation kicks off around the country on Friday.
Here is the plan:
So far, each group has between 30 and 40 people signed up and a great many unable to attend but they are with us in spirit. The purpose of the meetings is not to collect evidence of people’s unhappy experience, sadly we have plenty of that, but to create a platform and produce a national response to the current Ofsted approach that can be shared with parents, the press, advisors, supporters and local MPs.
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