Editor's letter

4th July 2003 at 01:00
"Enjoy the journey of words", says poet Adisa. His approach so impressed pupils at St Stephen's Primary School in Lambeth that they took a camera and computer on their journey and won an award for a film about inner city life (page 30). Cities, according to those who plan our futures, are going vertical, so I hope you've got a good head for heights (page 12).

This is the last issue of TES Teacher this term, but we'll be back on September 5 with the first of our new glossy poster projects. Have a good summer!

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