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Can observers really ask disruptive pupils how a lesson goes?

Discussion in 'Ofsted inspections' started by judoman, Jul 1, 2012.

  1. Is it fair that pupils constantly disciplined and chased to work are asked by an observer what they think of the lesson?
  2. Sadly fairness does not really come inoto it in the philosophical sense.
    Part of a fair, due process. Yes it is.
  3. chriszwinter1

    chriszwinter1 New commenter

    Your **** of a head is part of the problem and deserves to spend some time alone with the brat in a cell. I once told a repugnant DH that if he believed a proven and manipulative liar instead of me again he'd be at the business end of a grievance. The DH spluttered some incomprehensible drivel in reply but was strangely silent later on when the "troubled and vulnerable young learner" went into one of Her Majesty's locked establishments for a couple of years.
  4. notatmebest

    notatmebest New commenter

    Been there too!
    Wish I'd had the balls to say that at the time.

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