30th January 2009 at 00:00

Estyn, the Welsh inspectorate, would like to make clear that 5 per cent of the schools it inspects are placed in special measures or in need of significant improvement - not 20 per cent, as reported in the story "Pupils to put teachers under the microscope" (TES Cymru, January 16). The inspectors would also like to clear up any confusion over the role of peer inspectors, who will work alongside not take over from HMI inspectors under plans to overhaul inspections.

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