Ofsted & SATs – Tuition – London – Why?

Last night on Newsnight,  the chief inspector of schools and head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw, condemned the fact that one in five pupils are leaving primary school without reaching the “national average” in English. This comment led to him been accused in the media of been out of touch on figures.

In all this, the media and the Ofsted chief seem to forget that children’s lives and eventually careers are at stake. It is important that everyone appreciates at grass root level that if a child is taught properly then that child has a better chance to lead a good life. Everytime we fail, it means that we have failed a  child and in this case, we have failed many children who instead of growing and thanking society; may now end up joining a group feeling negative as they feel that they have no future.

Education is not a game and should not be treated as a game, it is children’s lives we are dealing with. Children who do not have any hindsight experience like we do and in all intent and purpose trust us in doing the right thing for them. It is therefore our responsibility to ensure that every child is successful in their education. It is a duty of every teacher and person involved in education to ensure that they actively work towards that goal.

At The Learning Hub we do what we preach and set high standards on ourselves and through hard work, dedication and good planning help children take a positive step towards their education goal. Our SATs results are like our 11plus results which are like our GCSE results, majority achieving SATs level 5 or many children gaining places in great schools like Henrietta Barnet Girls School, Queen Elizabeths Boys School, Merchant Taylors’ Boys School, Dr Challoners Grammar school to name a few or 100% track record in our GCSE exams.

If you are concerned about your child’s education then ring us on 020 8908 0123 to find out why we have people come from different countries to experience our teaching or at least checkout our blog on ‘Only 11plus Centre in London using NLP’ to gain a diiferent perspective on education and achievement.

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