If not later, when?
Teaching is tightly timed.
Given the number of children taught in schools, the number of lessons going on simultaneously and the need for children to access a certain breadth of curriculum, things are tightly sequenced and scheduled so every child has a body in the room telling them stuff.
A typical week in a primary school might require the cramming in of 5 English lessons, 5 maths lessons, a history/geography, a science, two PEs, RE, Computing, Art and Design, some assemblies, some reading time, some PSHCE and a smattering of collective worship. This could not…
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