About this book
One man's search for a decent state primary school, written by a campaigning Daily Mirror journalist - a father of two with first-hand experience of his chosen subject matter. Would be ideal background reading for anyone about to embark on the process of finding a school for their own children.
It should be simple. When your children reach the age of 11 they go to the comprehensive down the road. But what happens if the local comp is an academic black hole, where the majority of children cannot achieve the undemanding task of getting five GCCEs with a grade of C or better?