I don't like this at my daughter's primary school. Most of the kids are fine with it but the bully that she was sitting next to until recently thought it was a right laugh to adjust her answers to times tables questions so that she got a lot wrong.
That's quite awful!! Did the teacher not check it after??
With the English each child has been taught to always find at least one positive element (if not more), as well as a 'room for improvement
' element and politely write a comment on each.
With the maths the teacher reads out the answers and the children mark them as right or wrong. This is sometimes done with H/W as well as in class activities. They are always then checked by the teacher to make sure everyone is following the set guidelines.
Having seen some of the comments, from DS2's peers; what they say is quite amusing, showing their understanding (or lack of
It's sad to see something that can be used so positively being abused and ruined.