Is Ofsted being political over off-rolling decisions?

A teaching union leader has questioned whether Ofsted is reluctant to call out off-rolling in schools run by multi-academy trusts that are close to the government because it is too “politically uncomfortable”.

Mary Bousted, the NEU teaching union’s joint general secretary, is concerned about why Ofsted is identifying the seemingly identical cases involving the removal of students in Year 11 as off-rolling in some schools, but not in others.

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