That's brilliant Amber thanks. It was going well until I got to the bit about not starting ICT until 13/14. In this day and age ICT is essential and I think the quicker you can get started on it the better. Also, they really don't seem fussed about tests, qualifications, etc. Nor am I but it is real life and will hopefully help them get jobs. From what I can gather also from stats, not all pupils are entered for things like GCSE English and Maths. Really not sure about it but I will read through the report.
Amazing the bit about antibiotics - mainstream education bad for your health? Surely not!!!
Don't forget the report is almost 10 years old so ICT policy may have changed by now.
I think the antibiotics thing is more to do with the demographic of those who choose Steiner schools. Many people with a more 'alternative' (for want of a better term) lifestyle eschew antibiotics for their children, or at least perhaps demand a higher level of proof that they are really needed.