Be the Chief Inspector of Schools!

This is the recent speech from Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills, Sir Michael Wilshaw. It is his first since becoming HMCI and sets out his stall as the new bloke in charge of Ofsted (among other things). The speech was part of a conference entitled ‘Good to Great’ and carried many of the things that have been reported in the press.

This representation is a Tagexdo word cloud which shows how often words were used by emphasising through size. It gives an immediate idea of the content of the piece.

What words would you hope such a speech would  would include? What 3 words would you have as your key words? What does this tell you about Sir Michael and what he expects from teachers?

This post is via an idea from Ben Barton


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