Ofsted signals behaviour blitz

22nd July 2011 at 01:00

English schools with behaviour problems will face unannounced "dawn raids" by Ofsted from September. The watchdog believes that arriving without notice will help to give inspectors a more realistic picture of pupil discipline. "Even if you know Ofsted is coming, behaviour is one of the things schools can quite quickly do something about," a spokeswoman said.

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