MY HOMEWORK KINGSDALE

To give you some idea of the scale of the job, there are, in total, 3, secondary schools in England. The staff, with the exception of Mr Hyde, the Latin teacher, were not completely useless. The answer is simple: There were more than exclusions a year 30 of them permanent and only 15 per cent of students were leaving the school with five decent GCSE grades. Kingsdale is one of the fastest improving schools in the country. Now, with the new atrium, the cinema and the music centre, that figure of 15 per cent has increased to 70 per cent, bullying is firmly under control and expulsions are down to almost zero.

They may hardly believe it themselves. Which is where my alma mater diverges from Kingsdale Foundation School. Others attend clubs in the new state-of-the-art music centre. The band practice room at Kingsdale Foundation School. Compiled by Martin Chilton.

Staff are even taking evening classes in sign language so they can better understand the needs of their clients. Silver light bulbs dot a bare concrete wall.

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This, in turn, has had an impact on bullying. Not all of the projects have been successful. In Pictures – the story of love and romance: Every education expert that dRMM consulted told them that this method of teaching was out of date.

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Compiled by Martin Chilton. At my school we ate in a dark, cramped refectory. The answer is simple: The future of schools Riotously colourful atriums? The school nicknamed the passageway the Corridor of Death. But that is to underestimate the passion with which firms like dRMM have embraced the challenge of rebuilding our schools. So the idea of 30 children in a class doing the same thing at the same time was pretty old-fashioned.

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Pupils from all years and all groups could mingle and the social interactions that this encouraged have themselves become part of their education.

Which is where my alma mater diverges from Kingsdale Foundation School. When dRMM began drawing up plans for redesigning the school, after winning a competition run by the Architecture Foundation inthe corridor was the first thing to go.

Natural light is preferred to artificial wherever possible and windows draw in fresh air which then rises through the building and leaves through large blue ventilation cones on the roof. Surely, during this election campaign, Labour could do with every good news story it can get.

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But one thing I would never say was that it was a beautiful place for a stroll. Others attend clubs in the new state-of-the-art music centre. Now, with the new atrium, the cinema and the music centre, that figure of 15 per cent has increased to 70 per cent, bullying is firmly under control and expulsions are down to almost zero. A former sink school in the London borough of Southwark, Kingsdale has an atrium that bears comparison with the Great Court at the British Museum.

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Some needed a light touch, some needed much more intensive help. Evidence has been piling up for years in other countries, especially Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Books In Pictures – the story of love and romance: Wednesday 22 May There are lots of positive things I could say about my old school.

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Homewwork staff, with the exception of Mr Hyde, the Latin teacher, were not completely useless.

And the showers, after games, were known, on the odd occasion, to have knigsdale drop or two of hot water. Natural light makes the internal spaces look bigger, while the sophisticated ventilation system means teachers and pupils no longer have to put up with a school that was white-hot in summer and Kelvin-cold in winter.

To give you some idea of the scale of the job, there are, in total, 3, secondary schools in England. It also gave the school a heart. A few simply sit with friends and hang out. Not only was it a flashpoint for much of the bullying that took place, but it dictated the way in which the entire school was run. There were more than exclusions a year 30 of them permanent and only 15 per cent of students were leaving the school with five decent GCSE grades.