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Never satisfied

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by stevencarrwork, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. A recent quote from Ofsted.



    ' "Although teaching has been judged to be inadequate this year in just 3% of schools, it is a serious concern that teaching in over 40% of primary and secondary schools is no better than satisfactory and is only outstanding in around 4%."'

    I looked up 'satisfactory' in my dictionary but I wasn't satisfied with the answer I got. Trust me to buy a dictionary that was satisfactory. I won't make that mistake again!

    Oftsed won't be satisfied until 80% of teachers are above the median level.
     
  2. A recent quote from Ofsted.



    ' "Although teaching has been judged to be inadequate this year in just 3% of schools, it is a serious concern that teaching in over 40% of primary and secondary schools is no better than satisfactory and is only outstanding in around 4%."'

    I looked up 'satisfactory' in my dictionary but I wasn't satisfied with the answer I got. Trust me to buy a dictionary that was satisfactory. I won't make that mistake again!

    Oftsed won't be satisfied until 80% of teachers are above the median level.
     
  3. pipipi

    pipipi New commenter


    I wonder what English depts think of the Ofsted version of Satisfactory!

    It seems as if Satisfactory is a bit like Scooby Doo. The fsted inspector wants to fail the teacher and would have got away with it if it wasn't for those pesky kids!
     

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