Tory peers academy advert not the same as reality

Pupils at a primary school, which was highlighted in government-sponsored newspaper articles this week as focusing on children’s mental health post-lockdown, in fact returned to a diet of repeated tests, handwriting exercises and “rote learning”, sources and documents have indicated.

Staff at Millbank Academy, in Westminster, central London, were said to be tearing their hair out at how the school’s emphasis this week on academic work for children contrasted with the softer focus on wellbeing in the articles, while complaining of stress and exhaustion from training demands.

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