3rd November 2000 at 00:00
AS someone who has gone to great lengths to ensure that my key stage 1 class does not have access in school to the list of reading books, I am amazed that they are so accessible everwhere else. P> Why are Year 2 teachers all over the country trying their best to follow guidelines, when other agencies are clearly not?

Leigh Davies

4 Rue Victor Greyson


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