“The phrase should serve as a reminder that the vast majority of pupils can be reached. It may take time, it may be intermittent, but where they behave for someone, there is hope.”
Secondary teacher Andrew Foster writes in defence of the dreaded teacher expression ‘Well, they behave for me’
“Why provide funding to tackle the challenges when you can instead develop a set of benchmarks to judge schools against? Just what we need – another hurdle to fall down upon.”
Headteacher Michael Tidd says the Department for Education should concentrate on tackling workload and funding pressures ...
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