Education is not adding up

Bournemouth Echo: Education is not adding up Education is not adding up

IT’S a bad sign when Ofsted parachutes inspectors into a local authority because it is unhappy with performance.

Specifically Ofsted wants to know why too few of Bournemouth’s schools are ranked as good. In the national rankings, the borough is way down the league tables for primary and secondary performance.

The words of Ofsted official, Bradly Simmons are an indictment of the standard of education a large number of children are receiving. Executive director, Jane Portman and cabinet member Cllr Nicola Greene have some serious questions to answer it would seem.

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8:47am Fri 13 Dec 13

wonderway says...

all they will do is try and bull**** them selves out of it

no one ever holds there hands up and say it my fault

they are public servants high pay with no responsibility for any failure
all they will do is try and bull**** them selves out of it no one ever holds there hands up and say it my fault they are public servants high pay with no responsibility for any failure wonderway

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