A deep-seated view in British education is that young people, particularly girls, do better academically in a single sex environment, writes Neil Tetley, headteacher at Woodbridge School in an opinion piece for this newspaper.
The announcement was made by wife Sandy Ruddock, who described him as a “huge character” who “swept everyone along on a wave of enthusiasm and goodwill”. He died on July 20 after a heart attack. He was 57.
Creative teachers adapting the new national curriculum has driven standards at Easton Primary School, which has been ranked as the joint-best primary school in Suffolk for Key Stage Two tests this year.