Ofsted chief: state schools' failure of brightest 'an issue of national concern' -- Sir Michael Wilshaw launches new report card to show parents how their children are performing compared with their peers nationally

Ofsted chief: state schools' failure of brightest 'an issue of national concern' -- Sir Michael Wilshaw launches new report card to show parents how their children are performing compared with their peers nationally

Half of some special needs children have been misdiagnosed, according to an Ofsted report. Photograph: Don Tonge/Alamy

Half of some special needs children have been misdiagnosed, according to an Ofsted report. Photograph: Don Tonge/Alamy

Amanda Spielman is wrong - Ofsted should never be seen as a 'force for improvement' - Telegraph.co.uk

Amanda Spielman is wrong - Ofsted should never be seen as a 'force for improvement' - Telegraph.co.uk

Fairways Foster Care has built a strong reputation for excellence in providing high level children and young people’s service in the South of England since 2003. Our services include Fostering, Residential units, aSchool and therapeutic input for which we have received outstanding Ofsted reports in all areas. http://fairwaysfostering.org/why-fairways/foster-care-southampton/

Fairways Foster Care has built a strong reputation for excellence in providing high level children and young people’s service in the South of England since 2003. Our services include Fostering, Residential units, aSchool and therapeutic input for which we have received outstanding Ofsted reports in all areas. http://fairwaysfostering.org/why-fairways/foster-care-southampton/

Caine prize-winner Namwali Serpell. As individuals respond to this meta-story of competition, we become discontent in a world where there is enough space for everyone to go at their own pace. Serpell said in her acceptance speech:"We don't want to compete. We all want to be honoured." There can be no winners as long as life continues to be depicted as a competition. We will all lose. Fact is, everyone is running their own race, in their own lane, in their own gear, with their own supporters.

Caine prize-winner Namwali Serpell. As individuals respond to this meta-story of competition, we become discontent in a world where there is enough space for everyone to go at their own pace. Serpell said in her acceptance speech:"We don't want to compete. We all want to be honoured." There can be no winners as long as life continues to be depicted as a competition. We will all lose. Fact is, everyone is running their own race, in their own lane, in their own gear, with their own supporters.

@ewanmcintosh : RT @seanbint: @ewanmcintosh thks for feedback for AT3. Agree w/ all comms and will use for AT4. Great subject #inf536

@ewanmcintosh : RT @seanbint: @ewanmcintosh thks for feedback for AT3. Agree w/ all comms and will use for AT4. Great subject #inf536

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