An inspector speaks

27th June 2003 at 01:00
As they tour the nation's classrooms to ensure that standards are the highest in the known universe, inspectors continue to amuse with their current aphorisms, perhaps culled from the latest management gurus.

One teacher under the microscope was more than a little surprised to be quizzed on her pupils' "learning episodes". We used to call them lessons.

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