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Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Does primary school teaching need to go back to basics?

Yes (85%)
No (15%)

Total Vote Count 79

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i dont think that it meters wot you get tught at schol cos you macke yo'ur own way inn the wrld and teeching nevr made any dipherenc to nme anyway iam a self maid man and wat i have i have bye worcking harde all my lief and educattion never matered to nme at all. teechers are m ostly thinck and lazy and shold not have suche long holdays

Posted by George Street (Mr) on 12 June 2012 at 12:20

Primary schools DO teach the basics: always have done and always will. Where did Mr Gove get the idea from that they don't? "Back to basics" was the catchphrase of John Major in the early 1990s: it sounds good in simplistic tabloid headlines but means absolutely nothing. Indeed, if you look at the ideas Gove put forward this week re the latest re-write of the National Curriculum, it was not just basics but ancients he wants - like Latin and Greek at KS2! Ridiculous.

Posted by Ron Creer on 11 June 2012 at 17:56

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