The Irish Independent has obtained a letter from a KFC parent who wrote to the department of education’s education officer in February saying “Kindergartens lessons have had so much impact on our kids that they now speak well and have good reading comprehension skills”.
The letter said the school is now “in the top 5% in the UK and in the top 3% globally in terms of their learning outcomes” and that the school “has helped our kids to get to where they want to be”.
The KFC school is located on a former industrial estate in the city of Dublin and has been on the curriculum for more than 20 years.
The letter also said the “community” at the school has been “very welcoming”.
“It’s such a great place, so much of it is family,” the parent said.
“It gives kids a chance to have a playgroup and play together, they can make friends and they can do things together, which is really helpful to kids.
It has been a very positive experience.”
“While we cannot speak to the effectiveness of the KTC K-4, we can say that it has been so successful in helping our children learn and we are confident that it will be an ongoing success.” “
A spokesperson for KFC said it had been a positive experience for the students and staff at the K6 school, which opened in July. “
While we cannot speak to the effectiveness of the KTC K-4, we can say that it has been so successful in helping our children learn and we are confident that it will be an ongoing success.”
A spokesperson for KFC said it had been a positive experience for the students and staff at the K6 school, which opened in July.
The spokesperson said: “[The parents] have been very supportive and it’s been great to see so many children coming through.”
In addition to KFC, there are other KFC schools in the United Kingdom, including Kincora in Oxfordshire, which was recently awarded the prestigious Gold Star Award for its work on learning outcomes in children.
“This programme is helping to improve students’ learning and their ability to adapt and learn to new material,” the spokesperson said.
In June, the Education Secretary, Michael Gove, announced a £250m boost to the KIng school’s curriculum, adding it would be able to offer “more than 700 hours of free school meals”.
In an interview with The Irish Examiner last month, the Kincoran school’s head teacher said the plan was not “unprecedented”.
He said the aim of the scheme was to “take KIng to a level where it’s comparable with other places in the country”.
He also said KIng was already “doing very well” and had “done quite well” on the National Assessment Framework.
He added: “I think the school and its parents, and we’re very pleased with the work that they’ve done in relation to the programme.”
The school’s new curriculum includes “real life” subjects including language arts, mathematics, music, history, and geography.