Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

Baz posted:
Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

Having seen this, I’m grateful that my school stuck to tradition teaching methods

Yogi19 posted:
Baz posted:
Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

Having seen this, I’m grateful that my school stuck to tradition teaching methods

Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

It was here....spelling,reading and writing homework...attention to grammar and punctuation...marked down and given extra work if they didn't do it properly

Baz posted:
Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

So was mine...with the odd kick up the backside from me😂

Kaytee posted:
Baz posted:
Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

So was mine...with the odd kick up the backside from me😂

Ditto 🤣🤣🤣

Kaytee posted:
Baz posted:
Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

So was mine...with the odd kick up the backside from me😂

I told mine I couldn't read it and gave them a dictionary and told them to show me when I could....

Syd posted:
Kaytee posted:
Baz posted:
Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

So was mine...with the odd kick up the backside from me😂

I told mine I couldn't read it and gave them a dictionary and told them to show me when I could....

Nice one Syd 

Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:
Baz posted:
Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

So was mine...with the odd kick up the backside from me😂

Ditto 🤣🤣🤣

I remember at one point I told mine that if socks weren't pulled up then it was Notre Dame convent school for her, even left the brochure lying around😂

Kaytee posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:
Baz posted:
Syd posted:
Baz posted:
Kaytee posted:

When did they actually learn anything?

Like I said earlier , the 70s was when education hit rock bottom 

80's wasn't much better, I remember a phase in my own children's school where 'spelling' and 'handwriting' was not deemed as important and the 'content' of mispelt badly written work was deemed as an expression because the child could read it to the teacher even tho the teacher was unable to read it themselves.

I agree Syd ....although my kids were lucky with their schools 

So was mine...with the odd kick up the backside from me😂

Ditto 🤣🤣🤣

I remember at one point I told mine that if socks weren't pulled up then it was Notre Dame convent school for her, even left the brochure lying around😂

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