Thursday, 25 February 2016

Primary Assessment Problems Solved

Please click this video to watch it.

The government has been making many changes to education in England over the last 5 years. Of the latest changes, our colleagues in primary schools are much concerned about the new assessments for 11 year olds, which have to be made this year (Summer 2016).

The Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan, has accepted that there are issues, and has released this video to help primary teachers, and to explain what the cause of the problems is. Basically the problem is caused by "the media" and "some unions".

So there you have it primary colleagues. Problem solved.

I think it was jolly nice of the Secretary of State to take the time to explain this to us all. I am sure teachers in primary schools will feel relieved, and will appreciate the kind and sympathetic way in which Ms Morgan has explained this to them.

Three cheers for Ms Morgan everyone!

Because this video sets such a high quality benchmark for how to manage your workforce, we at AssemblyTube Straight Talking felt it only right to store it here. If you are a headteacher, you might want to copy this style of delivery when reassuring your staff. We suggest that you bookmark this page so that you can refer to it frequently.

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