'Average class sizes have risen in nearly nine out of 10 constituencies since 2010, according to research by the country's biggest teaching union. Out of 533 constituencies in England, 474 have seen an increase in their average class size since the start of the decade, NEU research shows. Average class size has fallen in just 59 constituencies over the same period. The findings come as one in three teachers have named "reducing class size" as the top priority for the next government in an NEU survey.’ https://www.tes.com/news/class-sizes-bigger-2010-nine-out-10-areas What are your views about the issue? How many pupils were in the smallest and biggest class you have taught in your career? What are the challenges of teaching a bigger class?