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Susan Peacock on Year 6 SATs

Powerful and distressing personal account of the harm caused by our toxic cultural obsession with an ‘evidence base’, and our drive to define value only in terms of what can be categorised and measured. Shades of Charles Dickens’ ‘Hard Times’, and Utilitarianism, … Continue reading

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‘Something every parent needs to read’: Unnamed author This is wonderful. For the less computer-loving: Where we post a link, you need to click on the post TITLE (in colour, at the top) – that will take you straight through … Continue reading

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