Boys cross their legs and hope

10th November 2000 at 00:00
BRAMHALL high school, Cheshire, was this week waiting to hear from the Department for Education and Employment if it can let boys into its new unisex toilets. The pound;30,000 toilets - equipped with CCTV to monitor vandalism - were designed to beunisex, with private cubicles. But, after objections by officials at Stockport, the local authority, the school has restricted the block to girls until it receives a ruling from the DFEE.

Full story, School Manager supplement

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