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right, so far i have hidden 15 SATs test threads

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southeasthamster Thu 14-Jul-11 21:15:45


Oakmaiden Thu 14-Jul-11 21:16:32

Can I tell you how my children did in their SATS and ask if you think I am wrong to be proud of them? grin

Sirzy Thu 14-Jul-11 21:17:11

YANBU to do it, YABU to tell us!

GypsyMoth Thu 14-Jul-11 21:17:12

i have hidden all threads nearly.....only got 5-6 on my feed

tethersend Thu 14-Jul-11 21:17:12

YANBU, SATs are meaningless.

Goblinchild Thu 14-Jul-11 21:17:39

I'm ignoring all of them, along with the 'My child has a level x, is this good?'
Mrz can pick up the slack, she has infinite patience. Must be the hallmark of an outstanding infant teacher. grin

tethersend Thu 14-Jul-11 21:20:16

It's time like this I'm glad I'm secondary, Goblin grin

fruitshootsandheaves Thu 14-Jul-11 21:20:46

it did get a bit much didn't it..along with the 'my child got level 987494759 in reception tests is this good?'...and none where the answer is 'actually that's way below average you numpty'

FannyFifer Thu 14-Jul-11 21:22:14

I have no idea what an sat test is, is it an English school thing, never heard of it.

MonkeysInShoes Thu 14-Jul-11 21:24:38


I'm not that interested in my own children's results, so sure as he'll not bothered about anyone else's grin

Goblinchild Thu 14-Jul-11 21:26:36

You know tethers, I'm not worried about DS's GCSE results at all. I'm just pleased he stayed out of an EBD or PRU. grin

emmspemms Thu 14-Jul-11 21:36:28

Mine are in secondary , and I can't make head or tail of DDs report ( and as we live in Wales it's In Welsh first , whichmakesit--doubly--complicated 8 is best on one side ( none ) and 1 is best on other side ( phew ) and then a glossy mag ( bilingual ) how is my child doing at secondary school ( satifactory , at least or why haven't I heard before now ? )
All in such small print that I have to put my reading glasses on. .. Grrr..
Aaah well I'm so glad not to be competitive mum from hell

tethersend Thu 14-Jul-11 21:47:46


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