Laurence Pollock's otherwise thoughtful description of a course pioneered by Governors Wales (TES, February 8) may have overdone the reverence governors have for the education establishment. Also, the accompanying boardroom photograph baffled us. It was certainly not of a governing body in Wales. Was it an English governing body, or perhaps a reunion of retired, octogenarian directors of a hard-nosed American bank? I think we should be told.
Peter Griffin OBE Chair, Llywodraethwyr Cymru Governors Wales Empire House Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff
The editor writes: The picture was a film still from The Hudsucker Proxy, showing an American corporate board. It was meant to be light-hearted - apologies if it seemed confusing