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When we talk to your teachers

When we come to inspect your school, we ask the headteacher to tell us how they collect your views and what they do with this information. We are most interested in how this makes things better, and so we ask them to tell us so we can judge how well they are looking out for you.

When we come to inspect your school, we ask the headteacher to tell us how they collect your views and what they do with this information. We are most interested in how this makes things better, and so we ask them to tell us so we can judge how well they are looking out for you.

We also collect the views of students and pupils when we visit. Inspectors will talk to pupils when they are walking around the school and in lessons. They also often ask to talk to a group of pupils, usually for about half an hour, in order to collect their views about the school.

We listen carefully to what you have to say and will advise those in charge at your school or college if we think they could do more to take account of your views.