"Children in the lowest achieving 20 per cent at age 5 are six times more likely to still be there at Key Stage 1." - from 1.4 in the intro of the consultation document. I can't get my head round this one! Six times more likely than.... children who aren't there? But then why use the word 'still'? Am I being dense? Can I assume it means that one sixth of children move up, to be replaced by children who achieved a higher level in EYFS and have moved down, whereas five sixths stay in the same group? So from the lowest group of 6 children, one moves up and 5 stay in the group? Is that surprising? Oh no - I've just started reading the document and already it's rubbish. But maybe I'm just not understanding - anyone out there who can shed light?