My department was inspected the other day by our county inspector - he was looking into the way we deliver English Literature at KS4. Apart from that we told nothing else. Three of us were observed for 30 minutes each by our head of department and the inspector. The other three members of staff (minus the head of department) were not observed as two were not teaching KS4 that day, and the other had a group in the middle of a controlled assessment. We had to follow all procedures as for any inspection (lesson plan etc) but we have now been told we will get no personal feedback at all. All we have had is a copy of his findings which does not refer to anything seen in his observation of our lessons. It seems that those that were observed (which clearly wasn't fair in the first place as the whole department weren't seen or spoken to) were given extra work to do with unnecessary stress and don't actually know if our delivery of Literature was positive or not. The review mainly focuses on what we aren't doing or could do rather than what we are doing. So, what I'm asking is should we be entitled to written (or at least verbal) feedback if we were observed?