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'Nappy curriculum' is improving education, claims Ofsted

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by gailrobinson, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. Doitforfree

    Doitforfree Lead commenter

    It's hardly news that Ofsted likes EYFS. They're unlike to produce a report saying it's rubbish. But that doesn't mean it actually is any good. I was going to read the full thing but 55 pages of Ofsted speak was more than I could bear. In fact I get the shivers just seeing that horrid typeface they always use.What will be much more interesting to see is how well adjusted and clever the children in question are later on. But of course we'll never know, as standards must always be seen to rise so they always will rise, regardless of the childrens' real achievement.
     

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