The Lost Boys: Could summer-born boys hold the key to bringing about World Class progress?
As leaders of World Class schools you are non-complacent. On receipt of the GCSE results, however impressive your student progress, you will analyse what more you could have done, and what more you can do.
And given the high bar you have always set yourselves and invariably reached, this is hard. Although we know the desired model is for all students to make equally good progress across all year groups, we all throw everything at Year 11, because of how we are held in thrall to national accountability measures.