Once beaten...Letter

27th February 1998 at 00:00
The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority's intention to devise a framework of national tests for almost every year of primary schooling (TES, February 13) is evidently a response to popular (sic) demand.

Suggesting that most primary teachers are demanding tests is like saying that once beaten with a stick it becomes more tolerable if you then continue to beat yourselfwith it.

TIM PESKETT

Edinburgh Road Northampton

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