It seems that Sir Michael Wilshaw is unhappy that some schools tweak their behaviour profile for OFSTED by sending some children on trips out, or by using bribery to ensure good behaviour
Instead of seeing more supportive approaches in schools, I think this will be a final push into the compliance, zero tolerance model in many of the challenging environments in which some schools exist. There will be no long-term view of improvement, he seems intent on modelling all in his image, exclude until you have a compliance and then expect the same from everyone else. It's a no-nonsense, no excuse model, but there are other and some would say, better way of achieving good behaviour through a supportive approach.
I think it will be a turbulent time in 2014 and we will be seeing many more schools falling below the 'required standard', whatever one of those is. The only victim of this will be the challenged child who is still in the slow process of building personal skills in order to cope in the constantly changing industrial system of education we see today.
I know some will point out that there are other victims of low-level disruption, mainly the well-behaved children, but there is a need to ensure that strategies are in place to support the needy and slow to adapt as well as forging ahead with those who have the required personal skills.
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