There’s nothing quite like the successful student in the successful school to give all the adults associated with them the satisfied glow of a job well done. Follow these simple steps, and you, too, could be bathing in the reflected glory of your progeny.
One ten-to-eleven year old child
One set of end of key stage tests
One set of standards (variable)
Advice/guidance (to taste)
One league table
One performance management tool, named, ‘performance related’
- First you must persuade the ten-to-eleven year old child that the end of key stage tests are important, the culmination of everything they have worked towards for the last seven years, and will have long-reaching ramifications on their lives. You can do this by mentioning it at every given opportunity, together with reminders about behaviour and admonitions to work harder*.
- Next, you must impress upon the teacher the importance of the…
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