I'm from industry and now in education and failing to understand a situation. In a school recently in special measures, mainly due to poor management for many years as per Ofsted report, its teachers are subjected to weekly inspections. There is just one person doing the inspections (a headteacher of another school) and failing nearly all teachers and, at only this persons say, are being put into capabilities. Is this normal for teaching? Should there be a safeguard of a second opinion? These teachers have consistantly been seen as good to outstanding prior to the last Ofsted inspection. Your views and comments would be greatly appreciated.