Do We Test Children Too Much? – Education Article

Reading Time: 4 minutes Do our schools in England test children too much, particularly at primary level? I don’t have a problem with 4, 6 and 11 year olds being tested in our primary schools. Testing knowledge is good. The real issue is ‘how’ the data is used for school accountability. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has declared he would ‘scrap primary SATS if elected’ is a cheap publicity stunt. Meanwhile, Nick Gibb says ‘abolishing SATs would be [a] hugely retrograde…

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Fifteen Fun Phonemic Awareness Activities and Games For Kids – Education Article

Fifteen Fun Phonemic Awareness Activities and Games For Kids /* */ This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse Fractus Learning you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Review Privacy Policy – Accept Privacy & Cookies Policy <! — – #simple-social-icons-3 ul li a, #simple-social-icons-3 ul li a:hover, #simple-social-icons-3 ul li…

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #107 – Education Article

Welcome to my 107th gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. Foundation GCSE Revision Thank you to Edexcel for providing a helpful compendium of one-mark questions from Foundation tier papers from the last four exam series. These can be downloaded from the Emporium. Foundation GCSE teachers might also be interested in the revision clips from a new series called ‘The Maths Show‘. This series is produced by BBC…

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