I don't remember doing that much written work when I was six; I remember singing, painting, watching TV programmes about Victorians and drawing on the board in differently coloured chalk. Well, it was the seventies!
Anyway, when it was our turn we entered daughter's classsroom and listened to her teacher tell us about daughter's achievements, potential and targets. All good stuff and I was starting to feel immensely proud and just a little bit smug. Then we get to "Personal and Social Stuff" (not the official school term for it).
Her teacher tells us that daughter has perfectionist tendencies, displays anxiety when she can't achieve her own high standards and gets upset when given constructive criticism.
Wonder who she inherited that from?