At a recent review by my headteacher, I was strongly advised to improve my weekly/daily planning! I'm a Y6 teacher of many years; the point of discussion centred on my teaching of "angles on a straight line and reflex- angles around a central point"...…..a maths' topic I've covered 100s of times. The head asked me where the starting point was to the lesson and why I hadn't written down questions I would ask the children. Surely , Mr Williamson, experienced teachers don't have to write verbatim lesson plans!...yes,NQTs should be asked to, as they are starting out, but, with over 35 years of teaching, I shouldn't have to prove I'll teach the children that there are 180 degrees on a straight line! Yes, I took the non-aggressive stance and agreed that I would expand my planning in September! How I'll fit it in, what with my 3- colour pen marking of everything the Y6s complete, I really don't know! Let us, (experienced staff,) get on with straight forward teaching rather than the endless bureaucracy we are now faced with, Mr Education Secretary! Please!!