We've just had an Ofsted in our school and achieved a Satisfactory. I am a very positive member of staff and put lots of effort into my running my department and contribute lots on a wider school level. Our school seems to be split into depts who always try hard and those who frankly do not care and blame the students for their poor performance. In our feedback session today it seems that some of those have raised their game on the day to gain positive feedback. This is good for the school but on the rest of the days when they are not being watched it is not exactly a secret that they do not put the work in and it is up to the rest of us to keep the students motivated and engaged. I know I should feel happy for the school that Ofsted have seen good lessons but I am so frustrated and demotivated that it is these depts that contribute to the lack of student engagement overall and lead us to being a satisfactory school. I want our school to succeed and work like a trojan. I care about our students every day and not just when Ofsted are around. Any ideas about how I can get myself over this and positive steps I can take within the school? I really do not want to leave because I care about our students and have a great relationship with all those who I teach. Advice please!