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London’s 300 languages are a boon for all the capital’s children

Catherine Wallace The Chief Inspector of Schools, Michael Wilshaw, has hit the headlines again, this time with the suggestion that schools should be able to fine parents if they don’t read to their children. There are many reasons why this

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