High-flyers must be helped out, too

11th September 1998 at 01:00
I was interested to hear the comments on this year's GCSE results. Yes, as a teacher I tend to put a lot of effort into improving the grades of high-flying pupils. And why not?

Were I not to do so the media (not to mention Chris Woodhead, the chief inspector of schools) would accuse me of failing such pupils.

A F Litten 8 Parkview Road Croydon

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