Culture of cheating and off-rolling to keep outstanding rating

An award-winning trust chief executive and two senior colleagues are accused of complicity in a “culture of cheating” and off-rolling to keep its flagship school’s ‘outstanding’ rating.

The former leaders at the Samuel Ward Academy in Suffolk appeared before a disciplinary panel this week over allegations of “dishonest” behaviour, which could see them banned or face other sanctions if found guilty.

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