Knock, knock.

Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted’s chief inspector (stop booing at the back!) has told a committee of MP’s, that the government should be rewarding “good citizens” who knock on their neighbours’ doors and ask them why their children aren’t at school. Actually I believe he said they should demand to know, but you get the idea.

I assume then, that he also suggested the government set up a fund to pay for the hospital costs, missed work days and funeral arrangements, for those “good citizens” who are beaten senseless or fatally injured, whilst carrying out this community service?

No?

Thought not…..