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More Than A Score Jul 10
1 in 4 pupils believe their SATs results will directly affect their future career. How absurd is that?! Read our statement on the SATs results and join the campaign to fix the system.
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More Than A Score Jul 10
Test results are not representative of our children’s learning. SATs do nothing but narrow their learning experience. Read our statement on the SATs results and join the campaign to fix the system.
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Kevin Courtney Jul 14
Replying to @cyclingkev
NSPCC - Child abuse is any action by another person – that causes significant harm to a child. It can be physical, sexual or emotional, but can just as often be about a lack of love, care and attention. Whatever form it takes, can be as damaging as physical abuse.
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St Stephen's CE Primary School Jul 10
KS2 SATs results have been published today- we are incredibly proud of all our children and all they achieved this year!
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mi Jul 6
If you took an AP class: I am so proud of you. Look, those classes are HARD, the course work is EXTENSIVE, and I’ll admit I CRIED about it often. But look, we all made it out alive. I’m so so pleased with my classmates and hey, everyone’s saying it but we’re all
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More Than A Score May 13
Our new polling shows parents agree there is too much pressure on children for Let's tell all our children today they are Add your name to change it >>
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More Than A Score May 15
The regime is failing a generation of children. Here are 5 things you need to know about these tests right now. Watch + RT to spark a conversation about over-testing that's long overdue. Learn more >>
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Mr. Horner Jul 5
Thrilled with our scores APUSHER’S!! Your hard work paid off. Satisfied or not please remember ur more than a score. Each one of u can grow and become better!
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Alice Cust-Hughes Feb 27
At Parliament with to fight against pointless and damaging baseline assessment
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letthekidsbekids Mar 6
Fantastic film detailing why testing 4 year olds is Pointless and Damaging
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Jesse Hagopian Mar 25
. speaks the truth. Students are !Support the uprising against high-stakes testing!
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Gardendale Elem Mar 6
We are very proud of our Students of the Month for exhibiting the trait -tolerance.
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Andy Imparato Jul 12
. CEO w at reception for top scoring companies who participated in the Disability Equality Index
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Viki Bennett Kane Jul 12
A thorough examination of phonics screen check & with Margaret Clark joining us . Great to explore her most recent research on teacher, HT, parental responses to phonics screen check. Essential to look for peer reviewed evidence such as
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Andy Imparato Jul 11
. Board Chair congratulates top scorers on & AAPD's Disability Equality Index at conference in Las Vegas
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Jenny Lay-Flurrie Jul 11
Honour to welcome to . Thank you for your passion for disability inclusion! Together with , excited to see what we can do to grow knowledge on disability inclusion across corporate america and encourage companies to take the !
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More Than A Score Jul 11
Over a third of year 6 pupils have been told they failed this week. And teachers wasted 1000s of valuable learning hours teaching to the test. The system is not fit for purpose. Help us to fix it
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More Than A Score Jul 11
The real story behind the SATs headlines is that over a third of Year 6 pupils have been told they’ve failed this week. What kind of preparation is that for secondary school? via
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