Readers of serious threads only are advised to look away now. Whilst doing a bit of tidying up of my computer files, I came across this delightful bit of edu-speak. I'd felt compelled to record it, on account of its utter inanity: "We are unapologetically ambitious for every child" The phrase crops up fairly often, as a quick search reveals. It's in documents from the DfE, Headteachers' statements, job adverts etc. When I first heard the term, I wondered what "apologetically ambitious" might be. "We have high ambitions for your son/daughter, and obviously we're terribly sorry about this unsatisfactory state of affairs. We're doing our best to reduce those ambitions". What's the worst (or is that best?) example of edu-speak you've come across?