Mind your language

‘If we speak about children in derogatory terms, then we will inevitably think less of them. If we talk about the “bottom sets” using the language of deficiency, we’ll have lower expectations of them’

 can just about stretch my memory back to my NQT and NQT+1 years. The younger version of me that I see there has so much yet to

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