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A nursery group was given a set of questions from Ofsted that were clearly suitable for students ten years older! A young girl responded beautifully and luckily her father put a photo up on Twitter for the world to see!
Every tired parent can sympathise with exasperated dad Hayder al-Khoei, who recently posted a Twitter photo of a questionnaire that his daughter, 3-year-old Layla, received from an Ofsted Inspector.
My 3-year-old daughter was given this Ofsted questionnaire to fill out for nursery. She's three years old. pic.twitter.com/kf7jzAA2HJ
— Hayder al-Khoei (@Hayder_alKhoei) November 23, 2015
The photo clearly shows a set of ridiculous statements that no 3-year-old could possibly be expected to answer, including:
‘My school encourages me to do things for myself and to take on responsibility’
‘My school helps me to prepare for the future’
Thankfully, Mr al-Khoei’s adorable daughter addressed these issues in an appropriate manner.
The 3-year-old’s excellent sketch beautifully shows the carefree thoughts of a young child (and sticks two thumbs up at the school’s inspection agency!)
Let’s be honest, at the age of 3 we were exactly the same, what else was there in life other than animals and running really fast?!
Despite the thousands of retweets and likes received on the picture, Mr al-Khoei’s daughter is remaining grounded.
However, proud daddy Hayder would like to announce that his daughter is holding a press conference after nursery today to discuss her career plans… we’ll definitely be attending.