A sick twist in the tale of targets;Opinion;Letter

5th February 1999 at 00:00
THERE is a sad, rather twisted irony in the fact that the death of a delightful, but desperately sick pupil in our deafblind unit should as a corollary enable us to raise our targets by 3 per cent.

JL Driskell Headteacher Hazelbarrow primary school Crescent, Sheffield

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