Ofsted inspection chaos played out at Nailsea school show
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Talented thespians from a Nailsea school impressed parents with a school play about an unexpected visit from Ofsted.
Year six pupils from St Francis Primary School performed An Inspector Calls during the last week of the school year.
Laughs were in store for audiences as children gave impressions of teachers.
A school spokesman said: “The children put on a fantastic performance of singing, dancing and acting as they dressed up as their teachers and led the school from one disaster to another.
“Many laughs were shared throughout the audience as the children produced some incredibly realistic impressions of school staff.
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“Thankfully, despite viewing a string of mishaps, the inspectors eventually got to see the true heart of the school as the children revealed the caring nature of their school community, giving everyone cause to celebrate.
“Congratulations to year six for a wonderful show and good luck at your new secondary schools.”
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