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What's your class's girl-boy split?
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LaceandChintz · 13/09/2018 19:55

Nursery class in local primary school. 24 children
18 boys
6 girls

(Last year 26 kids, 18:8 B:G)

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HighlandFlingsandSprings · 13/09/2018 21:13

I have a Scottish P1 class with the same ratio.

Within that there are three children with autism (2 diagnosed and 1 definitely on the spectrum) and 16 EAL children.

I have one TA who is effectively a 1-1 and out of the classroom 80% of the time.

I am utterly exhausted.

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LaceandChintz · 13/09/2018 21:32

Highland... that sounds really tough. I'm not surprised you're exhausted Sad

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spaceraidersrock · 13/09/2018 21:40

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spaceraidersrock · 13/09/2018 21:41

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7YearsOfBlood · 13/09/2018 21:41

Year 5.

15 girls
16 boys

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JurassicGirl · 13/09/2018 21:47

18 Girls - 12 Boys here

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LaceandChintz · 13/09/2018 21:47

Spaceraidersrock (great name btw!)
I could've put this in chat, I don't mind who responds!! Just interested. Smile

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ShirazSavedMySanity · 13/09/2018 22:01

Year 3
19 boys 9 girls

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donkeysandzebras · 13/09/2018 22:07

My DC are in Yr 2 & 4 and one has a 15/15 split (with a 15/14 in the parallel class) and the other a 15/16 split (with a 14/16 in the parallel class). The years above them are similar but Yr 1 is 2/3 girls and R is 3/4 girls. It seems odd that it has swung so suddenly.

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Leyani · 14/09/2018 06:01

19 boys, 12 girls & more than half the class summer born

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Donthugmeimscared · 14/09/2018 06:14

7 kids one girl

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Fizzyhedgehog · 14/09/2018 10:24

Years 1-4 mixed age class:
Year 1 - 5 girls
Year 2 - 5 girls, 2 boys
Year 3 - 1 girl, 6 boys
Year 4 - 3 girls, 2 boys
So...a 14/10 split.

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GetTheGoodLookingGuy · 15/09/2018 15:51

Year 4 - 17 girls, 11 boys.

And "only" 11 EAL (but one new one next week). My teacher and I find it funny that only in our school would you consider 11 EAL children in one class as not very many - we had 18 out of 27 last year.

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mikapatika · 15/09/2018 15:56

4 girls and 20 boys reception, other reception classes have 5 girls/ 18 boys and 5 girls/ 19 boys

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teacherspets · 15/09/2018 19:52

10g 9b

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OhDearGodLookAtThisMess · 16/09/2018 11:08

Boy-heavy classes can be hard work, but I much prefer dealing with the typical "boy stuff" that comes up, than the problems that can arise from too few girls. If they're having friendship issues, it's better to have a wider pool of girls to find other friends.

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LinoleumBlownapart · 16/09/2018 11:19

I teach one of my DS's classes, only one a week. There are 13 boys and 4 girls. They would be year 1 in UK. 3 of the 4 girls are harder work than all the boys put together.

My other children are Year 4 - 6 boys/ 7 girls, Year 8 - 8 girls/ 8 boys and Year 10 - 7 boys/9 girls.

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Gardenpicnic · 18/09/2018 22:30

We have all the girls!

18 girls 7 boys (year six).

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