I’m all for breaking down the barriers between private and state education.
But I can’t help feeling we in the state sector may have more to teach exclusive fee-paying schools than they have to teach us.
An example? Well, put your science hats on for a moment – as we were asked to do last night, in a hall packed with excited kids and proud parents celebrating science and technology at Gillespie Primary School.
The north London school (full disclosure, I’m vice-chair of governors) is the first in the capital to set up a fully equipped science […]
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