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Ofsted's view of Science

Discussion in 'Science' started by tafkam, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. tafkam

    tafkam Occasional commenter

    Apparently since the scrapping of SATs, Secondary Science teaching has got better, more innovative and more enriching.
    Hands up who's surprised?
     
  2. APP is poor if you take it too seriously. If you take a more rational approach and look at it as doing a small project which you are going to level and you dont get too hung up on which nano sub level you assign to it then it isnt much of a problem.
    It is astonishing that standards of science teaching have improved after the loss of the SATs. Who could possibly have predicted that.
     

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