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birminghammail
Teachers' pay will remain capped at one per centGovernment departments, the STRB had "broken through the pay cap for some of th
birminghammail / Posted 9 days ago
Government departments, the STRB had "broken through the pay cap for some of the lowest paid teachers, awarding them 2%". Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: "For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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birminghammail
Angry teachers claim kids' SATs were marked down for this reasonon Twitter, claimed children were penalised because commas were not curved the
birminghammail / Posted 9 days ago
on Twitter, claimed children were penalised because commas were not curved the right way or semi-colons were too large. Russell Hobby, of the National Association of Head Teachers, said: “We now operate within a testing culture which appears... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Teachers' outrage amid claims pupils' SATs marked down for very petty reasonon Twitter, claimed children were penalised because commas were not curved the
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
on Twitter, claimed children were penalised because commas were not curved the right way or semi-colons were too large.Russell Hobby says the tests focus on "catching children out" (Image: PA) Russell Hobby, of the National Association of Head... Read more
10d
Lancashire Telegraph
Figures show increasing class sizes over last two yearsthe Government is cutting the number of secondary school teachers at the same t
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
the Government is cutting the number of secondary school teachers at the same time as the number of pupils is rising." Russell Hobby, general secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT said: "Since 2009 the average size of primary schools has also... Read more
10d
express
Teachers' pay WILL NOT rise by more than one per centtwo-year pay freeze with school staff receiving a zero increase in 2011 and 201
express / Posted 10 days ago
two-year pay freeze with school staff receiving a zero increase in 2011 and 2012. Since then, there has been a cap of 1%. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said last night: "For many teachers,... Read more
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10d
The News and Star
Union warning as Government continues 1% pay cap for teachersGovernment departments, the STRB had "broken through the pay cap for some of th
The News and Star / Posted 10 days ago
Government departments, the STRB had "broken through the pay cap for some of the lowest paid teachers, awarding them 2%". Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: "For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
West Moreland Gazette
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Oxford Mail
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Bury Times
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Bury Times / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Gazette
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
guardian-series
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
guardian-series / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Greenock Telegraph
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Harrow Times
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Harrow Times / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Gazette News
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Gazette News / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
This is West Country
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
This is West Country / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Bolton News
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Bolton News / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Belfast Telegraph
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Wandsworth Guardian
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
North-West Evening Mail
Union warning as Government continues 1% pay cap for teachersGovernment departments, the STRB had "broken through the pay cap for some of th
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Government departments, the STRB had "broken through the pay cap for some of the lowest paid teachers, awarding them 2%". Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: "For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
EveningTimes Online
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
EveningTimes Online / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Croydon Guardian
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Croydon Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Hampshire Chronicle
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
This is Oxfordshire
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Lancashire Telegraph
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintbehind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
behind RPI inflation by 13% between 2010 and 2016. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
The News and Star
Pay cap to remain for teachers as Government sticks to wage restraintthe Cabinet table about the approach to the pay cap. The move is likely to spa
The News and Star / Posted 10 days ago
the Cabinet table about the approach to the pay cap. The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: "For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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10d
Daily Mirror
Teachers pay capped at 1% despite protestsfair to public sector workers and fair to taxpayers.” The move is likely to sp
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
fair to public sector workers and fair to taxpayers.” The move is likely to spark fresh concerns about teacher shortages. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said: “For many teachers, this marks... Read more
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16d
birminghammail
How many primary school kids are failing to meet expectationsmust be taken with a “pinch of salt”.A primary school child at work in a classr
birminghammail / Posted 16 days ago
must be taken with a “pinch of salt”.A primary school child at work in a classroom. (Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire) Russell Hobby, general secretary of NAHT, said: “Comparisons with last year are inevitable but they are also unwise, as last... Read more
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16d
express
SATs tests reveal reading, writing and maths standard unmet by two in five primary pupilsunions arguing they put too much pressure on children and the results are not a
express / Posted 16 days ago
unions arguing they put too much pressure on children and the results are not a reliable measure of school performance. Russell Hobby, general secretary of National Association of Headteachers. said: “Comparisons with last year are inevitable... Read more
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16d
Daily Mirror
Two out of five primary school kids are failing to hit expected standard in 3 Rsof Head Teachers (NAHT) said schools and parents know that the results must be
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
of Head Teachers (NAHT) said schools and parents know that the results must be taken with a “pinch of salt”.Read More Russell Hobby, general secretary of NAHT, said: “Comparisons with last year are inevitable but they are also unwise, as last... Read more
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17d
North-West Evening Mail
Reading, writing and maths standard unmet by 39% of primary school pupilsAssociation of Head Teachers (NAHT) said schools and parents know that the resu
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) said schools and parents know that the results must be taken with a "pinch of salt". Russell Hobby, general secretary of NAHT, said: "Comparisons with last year are inevitable but they are also unwise, as last... Read more
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17d
Pendle Today
Union launches new blast on primary testsreaching the Government’s expected standard for the age group will be released
Pendle Today / Posted 17 days ago
reaching the Government’s expected standard for the age group will be released this morning. NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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Bolton News
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Bolton News / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
Belfast Telegraph
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
Wandsworth Guardian
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
EveningTimes Online
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
EveningTimes Online / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
Croydon Guardian
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Croydon Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
Hampshire Chronicle
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
This is Oxfordshire
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
Lancashire Telegraph
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
West Moreland Gazette
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
Oxford Mail
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
Bury Times
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Bury Times / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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Gazette
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
guardian-series
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
guardian-series / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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17d
Greenock Telegraph
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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Harrow Times
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Harrow Times / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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Gazette News
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
Gazette News / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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This is West Country
Parents urged to take primary school SATs results ‘with a pinch of salt’released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead
This is West Country / Posted 17 days ago
released this morning. Children taking exams (David Davies/PA) Speaking ahead of the publication, NAHT general secretary Russell Hobby said: “Currently, the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair or as reliable as they should be. SATs... Read more
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