TV school to get specialist status

15th August 2003 at 01:00
GRANGE Hill, television's most famous school, is to become a technology college. Scriptwriters plan to give it specialist school status in the next BBC series, to be broadcast in February. Gill Barber, of Merseyside Television, said: "The children will use more computers and cutting-edge technology."

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