Class act

PUBLISHED: 12:51 09 February 2007 | UPDATED: 19:56 01 June 2010

Pic: Brian Purdy

Pic: Brian Purdy

MP Malcolm Moss meeting pupils and staff at the Queen s School during a two-hour visit to check progress following last year s devastating OfSTED report. Mr Moss, who spent time with the head, watched an anti-bullying presentation, met the school council,

MP Malcolm Moss meeting pupils and staff at the Queen's School during a two-hour visit to check progress following last year's devastating OfSTED report.

Mr Moss, who spent time with the head, watched an anti-bullying presentation, met the school council, and spoke with teachers and staff, believes the school has an exciting future as he found "there's been a substantial turn-around in bullying and swearing, and the majority of the school seems to have road in behind the new head".

He is pictured, third right, with acting head Tony Cooper, second right, director of resources Jonathan Peryer, right, and school council members.


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