We’ve embarked on what’s shaping up to be a really interesting project with Moseley Primary School (who we worked with on the 110m Hurdles project last year). The school is due an Ofsted inspection, and this got us wondering what – if you asked them – children themselves would set as the features of a good school? Would they tally with Ofsted’s criteria? And how might they decide to inspect or measure these?

So we thought we would ask them…

The Junior Leadership Team at Moseley has begun to explore what is good about their own school, and what they think could be improved upon. They’ve been grappling with what features or qualities make a school good – and one that you might want to get up and go to every morning – and with how their own school measures up to this.

The next step is for them to design a survey to enable them to find out what the rest of the pupils, the staff, the parents and the neighbours think. That’s next – after half term – watch this space…

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