The daughter of one of our school governors is in my Y5 class. In our recent online tracking assessments (which were reported to parents), she came out below age related expectations and her parents were not pleased, to the extent that they rushed to see the headteacher, complaining about my 'incompetencies' as a teacher, in leaving their daughter unready for SATS next year.... ...The head was cross with me for not noticing the 'problem' earlier and putting remedies in place (it was only when I came to do all the ticking of boxes and adding them up that I realised). I now have to provide and teach mountains of extra work to get her to age related, on top of the rest of my workload that I am struggling to cope with......This means I will have to work with her over my lunch break, as well as give her individually more than a proportional amount of my time in lessons. With only 90 minutes' PPA time a week, I tend to spend at least half my lunch hour preparing and marking etc., but will now have to leave these important duties and hence not be prepared enough for my afternoon lessons.... I have not been asked to give the same treatment to other children not reaching age related expectations........Why should governors' kids be treated as 'special'? I have also posted this on 'Workplace Dilemmas', but would really appreciate a governor's point of view. Thanks.