Boosting Children's Performance From The Age Of Eleven?

Education is forever changing. Its the only way that there can be true assurance for the children’s future.

Under new plans from the government, we could well be seeing eleven year olds in England and Wales being graded directly against their peers all over the nation.

Would it be a bad thing if pupils were ranked into their ability bands. Pupils in secondary schools are often split into higher and lower sets so they can achieve learning correct for their needs, some often improve and may get moved up into better sets especially in Maths.

Where many are for these changes, many are not so keen on the idea. Over here at GLT we endeavor to remain impartial (we will have to wait and see the results). However the possibility of these plans coming into play may well warrant the need for extra tuition at a pre GCSE level. This is no bad thing, children should always live up to their full potential, and aiding their educational needs should always be a top priority.

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