Was it to call a staff meeting to discuss the report? Apparently not.
Was it to announce a parents' meeting at which parents could ask questions? No sign of it.
What appears to be the first response since sending out the report to parents (as she was legally obliged to do) is to bar links from this blog to the school website.
Today, I tried clicking a link from my previous article to where the ISI Report is published on the school website. Imagine my surprise when I found myself not at the ISI report but instead with the following page.
|You are trying to access from a non-authorized domain. (scepticalthoughts.blogspot.com)|
So, Mrs Gumley Mason's first response has been to try and bar links from this blog to the school website. It hasn't even been competently done. Immediately below the notice is a link to the very page I was trying to provide access to!
Against the possibility that she does get her webmaster to implement the block more effectively, let me tell you how to get round it. In future, when making links to the school website, I will provide the link directly, and provide the address of the link in text, like this. Here is the link, and here is the address of the link. http://www.saintaugustinespriory.org.uk/index.php/component/docman/doc_download/12-Latest_ISI_Report
Copy the link address, paste it into the address bar at the top of your browser and then press Enter. If you use that method then there is no tag sent to the website indicating that you have been directed there from here, and you will get through unhindered. For as long as the attempt at blocking this blog remains in place, I will provide links in both forms, and will explain why I'm doing it that way. I'll let you draw your own conclusions as to why the block has been implemented.