Two off failing list;In brief

8th January 1999 at 00:00
TWO London secondaries that spent a record number of years on the Government's list of failing schools have been given a clean bill of health. Battersea Technology College in Wandsworth, which failed in March 1994, and the Langham school in Haringey, which failed in 1995, have been removed from special measures.

Ministers have given approval for a fresh start at Langham which means a new school will open up on the old site.

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