Can anyone tell me under what circumstances a school can lose its Teaching School status and a Headteacher his/her NLE status? I am a retired Head of a Teaching School. The school now, 5 years later, has three years of falling outcomes, is amongst the least successful academically in the local authority (when it was the most successful), has a P8 of -0.5, and the current Head - an NLE- has been Executive Head of two other schools whilst this was happening; both of which have gone into Special Measures and the Executive Head has been criticised in the OFSTED reports. Surely the school will now lose its TS and National Support School status and the Head will lose his/her NLE status- are these things reviewed and monitored by the RSC and DFE? It would be a shame for the school but I can not see any way it/they could continue to hold those titles.The school has also lost its own Outstanding status, retained Good but has had two years of falling outcomes since then.