I’ve had the opportunity to visit a handful of schools across the UK, and one of the most impressive is in Staffordshire.
In the northern part of the county, Staffordshire College has been given the dubious honour of being the most open, inclusive, and inclusive school in the country.
I attended one of their school trips as a student and I had the chance to meet a number of staff, teachers, and parents who were incredibly proud of the school’s success.
Staffordshire’s schools are well placed in the Midlands and the north, and while I would never recommend them to anyone, it was one of my favourite school trips to date.
Read more at theguardian.com.
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