Some children arriving in primary education are unable to say their own NAMES, teachers report is set to reveal

Children arriving at primary schools in Britain are unable to say their own names, with many not trained and still eating baby foods, a report is set to reveal.

A year-long inquiry into the state of the UK education system will reveal its results on Wednesday after finding out from dozens of headteachers, experts and leaders that early-years education is in a shocking state.

One headteacher from Nottinghamshire told of how little time was spent on the essential lessons in literacy or numeracy in her reception classes as teachers had to direct their focus on basic care - with many not toilet trained or able to say their own names.

Read the full article in the Daily Mail here.