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At what point should you decide to complain to Ofsted?

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bedmonkey Fri 17-Jun-11 19:02:31

My children's primary class has had a terrible year!
Oneteachers has been acting up as head and has barley been in the classroom. Numerous subs have passed through the doors and they even employed a new class teacher who left after a few weeks. The class has been taught by a nursery nurse for many weeks.
I know they are planning something similair next year. Surely the minimum a child can expect is a qualified teacher for 5 days a week.
The school are quite bullying in their approach and very reticent to talk to parents.
what do you think should be done?????

lemonmousse Fri 17-Jun-11 19:20:47

You could approach the board of Governors and ask them for their take on things. It is surely their responsibility?

EdithWeston Fri 17-Jun-11 19:31:34

Ask the school for a copy of its grievance procedure - only go to OFSTED when you have exhausted the earlier steps (typically SMT/head then Governors).

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