Nicky Morgan has failed our children - she should apologise and resign

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Ina Murphy
5 years ago
As a Head teacher of a 'Good' school, I could no longer bear to tell staff and children that they were constantly dling things incorrectly/ not doing enough/ failing all the time....
I tried to stay true to my principles that the good of the children should always come first.. but eventually the fight became so hard I took early retirement as I could not continue with a clear conscience.
We have been made to fail so many pupils.....and dedicated staff ..... due to government demands.

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himan safat
5 years ago
I'm signinghere for to learn about this everything.

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Judith Mitchell
5 years ago
Because of a friend, also that of my daughters future.

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Nicky Bell
5 years ago
Nicky Morgan is a disgrace to education. The unfair pressure put on children to achieve. Let them have a childhood before life takes over!

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Nolan Gareth
5 years ago
Nicky Morgan is as clueless as they come. You need to nurture children, not slap them down !

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Susan Lawlor
5 years ago
Because I do not agree with the current system .

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Helen Hill
5 years ago
All children in our country need an education not just the privileged few!
Making it more difficult for poorer children is unfair!

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June Simmons
5 years ago
Stop meddling with Education, stop tory cuts to staff and conditions!

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Greg Adams
5 years ago
Morgan is a horribly incompetent minister and she has no right to be leading the education ministry.

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Adam Fowler
5 years ago
British education is slowly on the decline and something needs to chnage, we need fresh ideas from those who actually work in education on the front line