When Kafka got a bafta or the case of the oversized ; | aclerkselbow

This salutory tale takes us nicely towards the end of term and although it may come across as a rant, aka good old moan, it most assuredly is nothing of the sort.
Our story began when tens of thousands of Y6 pupils sat down, one hopes under exam conditions, to undertake a Statutory Assessment Test. There they sat pencils sharpened, rulers ready, brains awake, full of a hearty breakfast (possibly) and tears dried.  They bravely tackled the reading comprehension paper (a bit more accessible than last year apparently); scaled the maths papers protractor in hand and did their spellings…

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