“I’ve had enough of unprecedented, I’m ready to get back to normal” – a sound sentiment perhaps after the past two years, but do we want to be “getting back to normal”? Are we in danger of missing an opportunity?
In the coming weeks, primary school children will begin taking a barrage of national assessments – SATs, the phonics screening check, and the brand-new multiplication tables check.
Meanwhile, over in key stage 4 and post-16, entry-level certificates, GCSEs, A levels and a whole range of vocational, end-of-course assessments will be underway to mark the learning that has occurred over the past few years.
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