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Schools should be able to challenge Ofsted.

Schools should be able to challenge Ofsted.

Schools should be able to challenge Ofsted inspectors if their conclusions are “defective”, a high court judge has said as he quashed a report that would have put a school into special measures.

Judges ruled that the inspectorate's complaints process was unfair, stating that Durand Academy, a south London primary school, was unable to effectively challenge the report on its performance.

The chairman of the school’s board of governors, Sir Greg Martin said the report – which marked Durand Academy “inadequate” - would have "destroyed" the school.

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