I read in the Evening Standard
yesterday an article entitled "A tale of two primaries - why does one school fail where another succeeds?" .
It compares Petts Hill School in Ealing with Thomas Jones Primary in Notting Hill, two schools in London which appear to be at opposing ends of the scale.
One successful, one seemingly not so.
I believe both schools are state schools and was interested in readers views on the situation.
The headmaster seems to be advocating every school should be open to adapting itself to the community it serves.
Which would appear to be in keeping with the Free School ethos within state schools?