Use your noodle

23rd January 2009 at 00:00

Of course teachers such as Jeremy Claydon should be able to choose their own hairstyles ("Why we should celebrate diversity", TES Magazine, January 2). The same goes for pupils. What the kids have on their heads is their business; what they have in them is their teachers'.

Mark Taha, Sydenham, London.

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