Wed 25 August 2010, The Independent

School that refused to become academy is most improved

By Richard Garner
It was probably the kind of place that Alastair Campbell had in mind when he referred to "bog standard comprehensive schools". Yet Perry Beeches school in Birmingham has shaken off all attempts to turn it into an academy, and has now become the most improved school in the history of exam results.
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