Private schools start new trend – wanting to be bottom of the government league tables

This week’s Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’Conference revealed the latest fashion amongst independent and school heads: celebrating poor performance. Some schools are starting to scream from the rooftops the fact that they are doing badly in government league tables – even when they finish bottom of the pile.

Nigel Richardson of the Perse School, Cambridge, ditched the GCSE in maths and science in favour of the International GCSE.

The Independent

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