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Suffolk school inspections feel like 'a witch hunt'

10 September 2013 Last updated at 15:40 BST

Schools in Suffolk are being visited by Ofsted inspectors to find out why so many are underperforming.

The latest figures show that 30% of children in Suffolk go to a primary school that is not good enough, compared to 21% nationally.

Now 30 schools are being inspected in a co-ordinated operation, which Ken Marrable, head teacher of Morland Primary in Ipswich, said feels like a witch hunt.

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