The idea you can put a number against a child’s ability is flawed and dangerous

The University of Cambridge Primary School took inspiration from the book Creating Learning without Limits which is based on a Cambridge University project focusing on teaching and learning without ability labelling. Our aim for the Primary School was to create a school with a strong presence at the centre of its community, and a democratic feel within where every voice matters. Alison Peacock, co-author of the book, speaks to the Guardian about her belief that labelling children by ability can leave some trapped by low expectations. Read the full article here.