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What would the Ofsted Report for Hogwarts say?

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Blu Wed 05-Feb-14 15:13:09

And how would it be graded?

motherstongue Wed 05-Feb-14 15:32:55

All those moving staircases would have Health and a Safety swooning!

fourcorneredcircle Wed 05-Feb-14 15:49:27

enjoy... http://petewharmby.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/ofsted-report-hogwarts-school-of.html

fourcorneredcircle Wed 05-Feb-14 15:49:54

Oh, wait... petewharmby.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/ofsted-report-hogwarts-school-of.html

Elibean Wed 05-Feb-14 16:42:50

grin let's see....what do you suppose Hogwart's spends Pupil Premium on, for starters?

tiggytape Wed 05-Feb-14 18:25:47

It would be shut down on day 1 of the inspection for safe guarding failures.
The plans for the Tri Wizard Cup alone would be enough to have inspectors calling in every emergency measure at their disposal (tying up friends and relations and holding them captive in the lake isn't going to pass many risk assessments) and I can't see Hagrid passing any CRB checks with his dodgy past trading in rare animals

VikingLady Wed 05-Feb-14 22:34:40

Very few of the staff would pass a CRB check as they wouldn't be traceable - they don't really integrate!

And the sheer number of serious injuries..... No way would Quidditch be allowed. And they couldn't have curtains on their four poster beds - a hanging risk!

Would the house elves have to be CRB checked?

takingthathometomomma Wed 05-Feb-14 23:06:22

fourcornered grin I love that!

cory Thu 06-Feb-14 13:26:04

I wouldn't classify the leadership as satisfactory either.

It seems clear that there is very little support for staff, no guidelines are provided for pupil management and there are few opportunities for staff to engage in further training.

Some members of staff have been taken on very young with inadequate qualifications and there appears to be no plan for their career progression. Others are promoted from non-teaching roles without either training or guidance.

Leadership are happy to undermine the decisions of teachers in secret rather than to confront any problems.

The pastoral care provided for members of staff is distinctly inadequate. Serious problems, such as alcoholism, are ignored or ridiculed. Vulnerable members of staff are blackmailed into dangerous or emotionally damaging situations, including activity which will brand them as criminals.

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