Read Part 1: Richard Gill: A School is Born

T he thought of visiting a building where a new school might be foundedfilled me with a mix of dread and excitement. In my time I have been shown many buildings people thought might be appropriate for a concert hall or a theatre. The expectation was frequently dulled on seeing the building and it generally being agreed that “it needs a lot of work”, and so...

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