Tackling attainment starting with Scotland

Take a look at this story in THINK SCOTLAND written by MSP Liz Smith who says the attitude to raising attainment is totally in line with Scotland Rugby Player Kenny Logan's vision of introducing STEP physical literacy to all school children.

A good news story in today's P&J. Lots of good lessons to be learned from STEP. pic.twitter.com/sKl5p5O3kp

— liz smith (@MspLiz) October 24, 2016

Kenny recently talked to BBC Radio Scotland about what it was like to grow up with the stigma of an undiagnosed learning disability. His experience of dealing with dyslexia shows exactly how he became wrongly labelled as stupid from an early age and this struggle fuelled his determination even more to make sure that every child has the opportunity of improved progress.

LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW which also features the insight of Professor Geraint Jones - Buckingham University Dean of Education.

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