29 Aug '14

News Teachers not ready for new curriculum, Sats improve and sleepy teens

Education round up: More children are getting level 4 in their Sats and two thirds of teachers say they dont feel prepared for the new curriculumSats results. More children are reaching the standards expected of them in the three Rs by the time they leave primary school, latest figures show. The results of this years national curriculum tests show a four percentage point improvement in the proportion of 11-year-olds gaining at least a level 4. @GuardianTeach Will the new Y1 children recognise themselves? #teachersback pic.twitter.com/6TbKu2TGMhGetting the classroom ready. Excited, nervous and prepared for the new year #teachersback @GuardianTeach pic.twitter.com/H6lJ0hp04y@GuardianTeach this is my new computing display! @CASinclude pic.twitter.com/MgI0qMSSBv@volunTEENnation: "Can we have PEACE so I can teach?" -#Ferguson School Teacher pic.twitter.com/WDvc2EHgRg #PeaceInFerguson Continue reading...

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