Fact fiction

8th June 2007 at 01:00
'Co-co pops.'

A Year 4 boy comes up with a word with the prefix co.


The percentage of pupils with special needs in England without statements in 2003.Source: DfES

'I have to dress up as a rock star or a piece of paper.'

A five-year-old may have misunderstood the rockers and rappers theme of a non-uniform day.


The percentage of pupils with special educational needs in England without statements in 2007. Source: DfES

Jesus's hair is messy because they didn't have hairbrushes in those days.'

A Year 2 child explains why her drawing shows Jesus with unruly hair.

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