Authors feature in Teach Primary issue 12.3

16 April 2018

Featured within this issue of Teach Primary are:

'Why the fuss about bold beginnings?' EY staff are committed to development through play and Ofsted was naive to omit this from its report", says Debra Kidd.

"Ofsted says it's taking action on schools that 'game' the system, but for some pupils it might be too little, too late" Sue Cowley.

'Plan an imaginary trip to Russia'. "It's the World Cup host, but how much do your pupils know about this fascinating country", asks Dr Russell Grigg.

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