Primary school is a time for self-discovery, building confidence and nourishing potential. But primary school children in England are being let down by a system that cares more about measurement than their education.
Our system is obsessed with league tables, turning children into data points and denying them a broad, stimulating education at key stages in their development. It puts an unnecessary burden on children, parents and teachers alike.
More Than a Score believes there is another way. We’re a growing coalition of parents, teachers, heads and education experts, working together to call for change in the government’s over-testing regime.
Find out more about what we can do together to show that children are More Than A Score.
Are you one of a growing number of heads who believe that the government’s standardised testing regime is not fit for purpose? Add your voice to our campaign.
More Than A Score is about parents and teachers coming together to change a system that doesn’t work.
8th April 2019
Assessment For Children is a group of schools putting children first in the government’s regime of of high-stakes, standardised assessment. […]
5th April 2019
On Thursday 25 April, we’ll be marching to 10 Downing Street to hand in our petition demanding a halt to […]
18th March 2019
A government that doesn’t listen; a narrowed curriculum; unnecessary pressure on children and teachers, and concerns for the well-being of […]
1st March 2019
More and more people are speaking out against the government’s plans to test all four-year-olds when they start school – […]
29th January 2019
This September, the government begins a pilot of its new English and maths tests for four-year-olds. Children in reception will […]
27th February 2019
As the government confirms its controversial plans to press ahead with tests for four-year-olds, new research has shown the level […]