Schools with tight budgets are turning to parents for help by asking them to fund sweet treats for the staffroom and other events to increase teacher wellbeing in a bid to meet Ofsted’s new requirement, but the drastic action has provoked anger amongst staff. ‘Cash-strapped schools are calling on parents to help fund social events for teachers – and even "biscuits and treats" for the staffroom – in order to help meet a new Ofsted requirement on wellbeing, it is claimed. One headteacher, in a letter to parents, said school funding was at an "all-time low" and called for them to support funding events throughout the year to raise cash for vouchers, Easter eggs and subsidised tickets to events. Another school allegedly asked parents to pay for its teachers awards evening in what primary school headteacher Bill Lord described on Twitter as "utter nonsense".’ https://www.tes.com/news/outrage-parents-asked-fund-teacher-wellbeing Should parents be asked to fund social events at school to meet Ofsted’s requirement on wellbeing? Do you think schools have misinterpreted Ofsted’s focus to improve teacher wellbeing? What would you like schools to do to improve teacher wellbeing?