...if it featured 'people who agreed schools must close to 'save lives' during the pandemic no matter the cost to pupils' and 'teachers insisting OFSTED should no longer carry out inspections'..?
I bet it'd be a perfect circle:
Ofsted has been urged to halt all school visits after a headteacher killed herself over a critical inspection, prompting an education union chief to warn her tragic death must act as a 'watershed moment'.Now, someone who kills herself over what anyone else would regard as a concerning but ultimately trivial work matter has a lot of other issues (anyone think top cops will be reaching for the pills today? No. Me neither..), but will the 'if it saves one life!' crowd even listen to reason?
Paul Whiteman, general secretary of school leaders' union NAHT, is now urging all policymakers to listen to the 'important' message from Mrs Perry's family regarding their determination that 'something like this should never happen again'.
Maybe instability and impulsive behaviour runs in her family?
It comes after Mrs Perry's sister Professor Julia Walters called for schools to 'boycott Ofsted' and revealed that her sister had experienced the 'worst day of her life' during the Ofsted inspection.
Ah. Clearly, because no-one would call for such a thing if they were in their right m...
Similarly, Flora Cooper, executive headteacher of the John Rankin Schools in nearby Newbury, Berkshire, yesterday said she will refuse to let Ofsted in the building during a planned visit today and called on other schools to do the same.
Blimey, it's spreading! Sack her. And anyone else who threatens this, before this hysteria spreads any further. You know it makes sense.