Tip-top for twins

21st September 2007 at 01:00
A private school in Cheshire is celebrating having 20 sets of twins on its roll. Four new pairs joined 1,140-pupil Grange School in Hartford this month. It now has an average of one twin per class. Stephen Bennett, head of its junior school, said it was the school's skill in treating twins as individuals which led to their success.

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