Grammar tests for primaries

Tes Editorial

The government is implementing primary school grammar tests despite its own advisers warning that they will fail to assess children properly or improve their writing. Debra Myhill, professor of education at the University of Exeter, said the tests were "really flawed" because they do not ask pupils to use grammar in context.

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