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A spokesman for the National Union of Teachers said: "Teachers are under enormous pressure from parents, Ofsted and the demand for ever-rising standards.Some teachers are finding it increasingly hard to cope with that pressure, resulting in illness and, in some very tragic cases, suicide."However, a source close to the school said last night: "Jed was well used to these inspections and has always come through them with flying colours.Other reasons were long working hours, excessive workload and unnecessary bureaucracy.
Joanne Tomlins was appointed head teacher at Coates Primary School in January and inspector Ronald Hall believes that under her leadership, pupils’ learning had increased following since the last inspection in 2009.“The good leadership and management of the school, and especially the leadership of the head teacher, have created a strong staff team that has made significant improvements to provision,” he said.“As a result, pupils’ attainment has risen since the last inspection, particularly in English and maths.
This is a direct result of leaders’ detailed and accurate self-evaluation and good planning for improvement.“The quality of teaching and learning has improved sharply and is now good.
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It added: "The head teacher and subject co-ordinators provide good leadership and have worked hard to create a successful and popular new school."The head teacher has built a hard-working team which is committed to improving the school further."Stress in the teaching profession has been a cause of concern for unions and other professional bodies for years.
A survey by the Health and Safety Executive found that 41.5 per cent of teachers reported themselves to be "highly stressed"."We heard a really really loud bang that sounded like a car crash," said Tahir Hussain, manager of IQ Plus, whose store is two doors down from the Guide Dogs office."We went outside and saw that the bus had gone into the car and then mounted the pavement into the side of the building a couple of doors down.A structural engineer was called to assess damage to the building and a gas engineer isolated the mains.Station Commander Jamie Johnson said: "The emergency services have worked extremely well together to successfully rescue and treat casualties.I cannot believe that it would cause him to take his own life if that is, indeed, what happened."Despite being off work, Mr Holmes had signed the school newsletter this week telling parents of the imminent inspection."You will be aware that Ofsted will be with us on Thursday and Friday this week," he wrote, "so I am sending out the newsletter a little early this week."He added that he wanted parents of the 392 pupils at the school, about three miles from Peterborough city centre, to complete and return the questionnaire he had sent them in time for the Ofsted inspectors to see them.