HM Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw from Ofsted says that inspectors chose to focus on the Isle of Wight because of concerns raised by teachers that their local authority 'is not doing enough'.
Inspectors will be going into Norfolk and the Isle of Wight because too many schools in these two areas are failing to provide a standard of education that children deserve.
Ofsted's targeted inspection of schools in Norfolk earlier this year and recent school inspections in the Isle of Wight have raised serious concerns about the effectiveness of the local authorities' support and challenge. In both cases, many school leaders have expressed the view that their local authority is not doing enough to challenge their institutions to improve.
Crays Hill Primary School was once the subject of rumours and terrible press reports because of its link to an infamous travellers camp - but now inspectors have praised it and rated much of its teaching as outstanding. Elodie Harper reports.
Ofsted inspectors have revealed the results of a visit to Portsmouth's schools. Their verdict was: There has been some improvement - but you could still do better. Inspectors were in the city in February 2013 to find out why it had a disproportionate number of under-performing classes.
ITV News Meridian presenters Fred Dinenage and Sangeeta Bhabra, spoke to correspondent Andrew Pate about the results.
Ofsted has released a report into the quality of education at some schools in Portsmouth. Ofsted inspectors visited the city last month to find out why it had a disproportionate number of under-performing classes.
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