Head of Morland Primary in Ipswich, Ken Marrable
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Suffolk school inspections feel like 'a witch hunt'

Schools in Suffolk are being visited by Ofsted inspectors to find out why so many are underperforming.

The latest figures show that 30% of children in Suffolk go to a primary school that is not good enough, compared to 21% nationally.

Now 30 schools are being inspected in a co-ordinated operation, which Ken Marrable, head teacher of Morland Primary in Ipswich, said feels like a witch hunt.

  • 10 Sep 2013