Fact fiction

22nd June 2007 at 01:00
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The percentage of pupils achieving level 3 in key stage 1 reading assessments in England in 2006Source: DfES

"I don't want to be called Max any more. Call me Michelle."

A five-year-old has identity issues.

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The percentage of boys achieving level 3 in key stage 1 reading assessments in England in 2006Source: DfES

"Doesn't he also have a small side salad that represents the heart?"

A Year 6 child knows the bread represents the body and the wine the blood, but is sure there's a third part to the Last Supper.

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The percentage of girls achieving level 3 in key stage 1 reading assessments in England in 2006

Source: DfES

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