Are grammar-school kids better behaved?

21st April 2006 at 01:00
mariposa Are grammar kids better behaved? Or do they misbehave in a different way?

Muso-tim: I came to a grammar from a normal comprehensive, and I thought they were the Stepford children.

Biology_sparkly: In a grammar if they do decide to misbehave, it is more subtle than in a comp and can be a lot harder to deal with.

These comments are the contributors' personal opinions

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