In the last week, schools should have received confirmation as to whether an external moderation visit will take place for either KS1 or KS2 assessments. Although moderation can be seen as stressful, the process is supportive and worthwhile...
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Government advisers add their voices to criticism of the primary grammar curriculum. On Tuesday, as the nation’s year six children were getting ready to take their SATs SPaG test, further academic weight was added to the evidence against its very existence.
There has been a lot written recently on reading; it is a skill that all children should be entitled to master. It is a skill that is fundamental to succeeding in school, in work, and in life, but how do children really learn to read? What are we trying to teach them?
With many schools tailoring the National Curriculum to appeal to the needs of their own pupils, there is no time like the present to explore and research different approaches to teaching and learning; finding the best approach to engage, motivate and inspire your children.