Timely revenge with boycott

Tes Editorial

FOR many years I and my staff have suffered Chris Woodhead's robust approach to his job.

Only now can I express the feelings which have built up over the years in the most positive way possible: should Mr Woodhead be employed by a newspaper as we ar led to believe might happen, I will not buy that newspaper as long as he is an employee. I wonder what would happen if all teachers took the same attitude?

John Hufferdine

Headteacher, Barrowford school



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