IN response to the story about Haydock High’s inadequate Ofsted report.

Ofsted’s measures of what constitutes a good school are sometimes based on meaningless paperwork or constantly changing ideas about what pupils should be learning.

Inspectors have usually had an education background but this can be from many years ago or in a different setting to the place they are inspecting.

I’d say most judgements aren’t accurate; pupils and parents and teachers are the best judges.

Marie, via Facebook