Special measures

16th April 2010 at 01:00

A Swansea secondary has been placed in special measures after an inspection found "important shortcomings" in its curriculum. Estyn inspectors said pupils at Daniel James Community School in Treboeth were performing "significantly less well" in English, maths and science than those at similar schools. The head and his deputy retired before Easter, and a a turnaround team brought in.

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