Lock around the clock

11th March 2005 at 00:00
Staff at Bowes primary, in Enfield, north London, were being locked into their school today and filmed with webcams for a home-made TV programme, I'm A Teacher, Get Me Out Of Here. Stephen Twigg, school standards minister, was due to launch the 24-hour activity and read the teachers their first tasks, devised by the pupils. The fund-raising stunt for Comic Relief will be broadcast from 3.30pm on the school's website. For details see: www.bowes.enfield.sch.uk

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