Big break

22nd June 2001 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Big break: science teacher David Bromfield, of Archbishop Tenison's boys' school in south London, who has been a fan of 'Tomorrow's World' for 30 years, has won a three-month stint as a presenter on the show i the BBC Talent initiative. He loves teaching and expects to return to the classroom. He hopes his example will encourage others: "Teachers don't necessarily believe what they tell children about aiming high."

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