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Teachers asked to chip in £1 each for legal case against Ofsted

Fair Judgement raises funds for case in response to death of Berkshire primary headteacher Ruth Perry

A group of senior school leaders is calling on teachers to donate £1 each to launch a legal challenge against Ofsted, pledging to hold the inspectorate to account for “ending careers” and causing a mental health crisis.

The vice-president of the Conservative education society, John Bald, a former Ofsted inspector, is fronting a crowdfunding page for the group, which is called Fair Judgement. The leaders fear the inspectorate may seek to punish their schools if they go public.

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