Tests for four-year-olds ‘unreliable’, say teachers
By Hannah Richardson
BBC News education reporter
12 February 2016
From the section Education & Family
Four and five-year-old children vary greatly in levels of development
Official assessments of four-year-olds are unreliable and disrupt the crucial early days of school when children should be settling in, a report says.
Teachers told researchers for two teaching unions these tests distracted them from getting to know their pupils.
Many said …read more
Source:: BBC UK