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noonar Tue 14-Jul-09 14:05:04

i am doing some research for my niece who is falling behind at quite an academic state school (she'll soon be in year 4)

her parents are thinking of moving her to a different school where she may experience less pressure.

it occured to me that if they found a vertically grouped year 3/ 4 class, then she might be able to work more at her pace/ level( as she's performing below her chronological age by a year or so).

dyou think that might work for her, or am i clutching at straws??

BlueKangerooWonders Tue 14-Jul-09 14:17:17

my dc are in a very small school, so 7 school years in 5 classes. So they are mixed up in each class according to ability, so Years 2 and 3 might work together or separately. Works for us! Small also means that the different groups are changed very regularly, so the children work with different friends and classmates.

noonar Tue 14-Jul-09 14:31:06

thanks BKW

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