Box of delights

26th March 2004 at 00:00
Ian Howard is a teacher at the Headlands School in Swindon, which has recently gone into special measures and a "collaborative fresh start". This Easter staff will be leaving and morale could do with a boost, so the hamper comes with all best wishes for the future.

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