Experts warn the 'unhelpful' term can become a 'self-fulfilling prophecy'
Downgraded ‘outstanding’ primary schools tell Schools Week new inspections are not a level playing field
The watchdog will have its full team of inspectors back in schools from January 31
The change means far fewer schools will be visited for inspection in the coming weeks
Many schools have introduced a 'recovery curriculum' to aid catch-up
One in 20 schools requested to defer an inspection between September and November
But almost half of 'outstanding' schools downgraded
Watchdog refuses to release a breakdown of survey figures quoted by Spielman
Watchdog also warn advice from consultants can be 'overcomplicated'