What do you think of your school or college? It’s supposed to be the place you go to make you the best you can be – do you feel it brings out your potential, or squashes it? What about the subjects you study, the quality of your teachers, the level of exams, the hours you’re made to work?
If you were a head teacher, what do you think would bring out the best in your students? If something is going wrong, why is it going wrong and how can we fix it? Do we put too much emphasis on the “academic” subjects like maths, science and English, or too little?
Is the problem too little discipline – school uniforms, detention, exclusion – or too little respect for students? The student protests this year rocked the country, demolishing the myth that young people don’t care about their education or wider society.
What’s your concern? As a starting point, why not check out how your school did in relation to others through these league tables. We'd love to hear your thoughts.
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