Dramatic change

30th June 2006 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Dramatic change: left, performing arts teacher Jamie Wilson helps Hayley Bullion, of formerly struggling Oldborough Manor school, and Chris Green, of top-performing Cornwallis school, rehearse a play. Since the schools formed a federation, results at Oldborough have surged. Above, Sir John Lewis (front) is chief executive of a school improvement partnership which unites Nick Weller (left), head of the high-performing Dixon's academy in Bradford, and Dwayne Saxton, head of nearby Wyke Manor school


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