Top Academy Chain Accused Of ‘Cheating’ During Ofsted Inspection

A flagship academy trust has been accused of placing extra, more experienced teachers into one of its schools during an Ofsted inspection to “deliberately and premeditatedly cheat” the system.

Ten extra staff were reportedly deployed to the Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane in north London during an inspection in May this year.

The team of highly experienced advisory teachers are said to have taught classes in place of less experienced staff at the Tottenham school.

The teachers union says the school gained an unfair advantage and may see its Ofsted rating increased from “good” to “outstanding” in the future as a result.

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