SIR - I refer to Helen Templeton s comments in her letter (Herts Advertiser, July 2). I have to agree with her that the article concerning Roundwood Park School s outstanding Ofsted inspection warranted a few more column millimetres than was given. I thin
SIR - I refer to Helen Templeton's comments in her letter (Herts Advertiser, July 2). I have to agree with her that the article concerning Roundwood Park School's outstanding Ofsted inspection warranted a few more column millimetres than was given.
I think it is always a case that bad news attracts more publicity but I also would like to say that it's not gone unnoticed that over the years when anything involving the three secondary schools in Harpenden occurs, there has been a tendency for the Herts Advertiser to write much more copy for St George's with the head always having too much to say as usual.
Only this week there is a large piece all about St George's and swine flu which completely drowns out what was good news for Roundwood last month. Come on Herts Advertiser - let's be more fair with the copy.
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