17th December 1999 at 00:00
IN THE article on Nord Anglia's contract to run support services in Hackney (TES, December 3) you failed to mention Grazebrook primary which, after just over two years came out of special measures in early November.

Most of the credit for this notable success should go to the staff and the pupils but many others played a significant part including parents, governors and Hackney council, in particular the school support service, latterly run as the school improvement service by Nord Anglia.

Tom Lewis Brooke

Vice-chair of governors

Grazebrook primary, Hackney

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