DfE confirms: the schools Gove said he visited don’t exist – the Orwellian world we now live in

Gove caught out.

Leeds North West Constituency

The following post appears on the website of the Local Schools Network. We know many of our readers do not follow Twitter – where we retweeted this. So we are publishing it in full below – with acknowledgement to its author, Janet Downs.
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“I’ve visited schools where more—many more—children than the national average are registered as having special educational needs. But where every child manages to perform well above the national average in numeracy and literacy.”
Michael Gove, Conservative Home, 7 September 2013

That statement puzzled me. When I checked the school performance tables I could only find two schools, one in 2011 and one in 2012, where 100% of pupils achieved above the national average in Key Stage 2 Sats. Neither of these had more than the national average registered as having special educational needs (SEN)…

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