Chris Woodhead

3rd July 1998 at 01:00
Mr Woodhead told education officers and councillors to call him if they were concerned about the performance of a school between scheduled OFSTED inspections.

He promised a prompt visit from inspectors, if OFSTED shared the education authority's concerns, to help spur improvements and open up access to the school for local officers facing opposition from governors.

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