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New Ofsted boss' secret of school success

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The head of one of the most successful schools in England, Sir Michael Wilshaw, is to be named the new chief inspector of schools and children's services.

The BBC's Sanchia Berg went to Mossbourne academy in east London, where he is head, to find out how he has made the school a success.


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