Fact or fiction

13th June 2008 at 01:00
28 Percentage of parents who think talking informally to teachers is the best way of finding out about their child's progress
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Percentage of parents who think talking informally to teachers is the best way of finding out about their child's progress.

Source: Department for Children, Schools and Families

"Julius Caesar extinguished himself on the battlefields of Gaul."

A sixth former's grasp of ancient history.

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Percentage of parents who think parents' evenings are the best way of finding out about their child's progress.

Source: Department for Children, Schools and Families

"I thought you said terrorism, Miss."

A Year 8 geography pupil explains why he put guns on a poster about tourism.

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Percentage of parents who think school reports or test results are the best way of finding out about their child's progress.

Source: Department for Children, Schools and Families.

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