Fri 8 October 2010, The Independent

No language GCSE means no sixth-form place, say top schools

By Richard Garner
Two of the top-performing state schools in the country have declared their sixth-forms a "no go" area for pupils without a top grade GCSE pass in a modern foreign language.
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