Thu 19 April 2012, The Independent

Two private school headmasters are campaigning to help refurbish a crumbling comprehensive

By Richard Garner
It is a unique example of co-operation between the state and private sector of schooling. Normally, co-operation means the independent schools open up their plush sports facilities to pupils from the neighbouring state school or share a teacher with them. In this case, though, the two private school headmasters concerned...
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