2 Governors recently watched our dept teaching - I think they may have observed others too. We were told categorically that there would be no feedback and no grading, and that it wasn't an observation as such. I was told in my mid-year Performance Management meeting today that the Governors had told SLT they "did not like my lesson". The reasons were not anything too bad - minor behaviour issues (out of character and I dealt with them) and they thought I could have done what I was doing in an ordinary classroom (I was in an ICT room). I think one of them is an ex-Headteacher and the other possible an ex-teacher too, so they obviously have some classroom experience. I don't feel this should have happened, and don't feel that it should be mentioned in a PM meeting, as it's not relevant. Could you give me some guidance? I am going to discuss this with the SLT member who organised their visit but wanted to ask for your advice in the meantime. Thank you.