Sun 5 January 2014, The Independent

'The children used to throw chairs at people out of the window': How a failing school was turned round – with a little help from the Royal Navy

By Richard Garner
The school's motto – brought to the attention of its pupils daily – says it all: "Work hard, be nice and no excuses." It wasn't always so. Its principal, Dame Sharon Hollows, recalls trying to persuade a neighbouring school to use the school's swimming pool. "They said no," she said....
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