The ArgusYour Interview: headteacher of "Britain's toughest school" Richard Boyle (From The Argus)

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Headteacher of Muntham House School in Horsham fields your questions

The Argus: Your Interview: headteacher of "Britain's toughest school" Richard Boyle Your Interview: headteacher of "Britain's toughest school" Richard Boyle

It has been dubbed as the toughest school in Britain by some and the long-awaited documentary will air on Channel 4 on April 29.

The Argus visited the school to get an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at The Last Chance School.

Charismatic headteacher Richard Boyle is this week's Your Interview subject and this is your chance to quiz the man in charge at Muntham House School.

Email your questions to gareth.davies@theargus.co.uk, call (01273) 544531 or leave a comment below.

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4:47pm Tue 22 Apr 14

tykemison says...

Hi Richard.Were you the commander of Saurens Orc's?
Hi Richard.Were you the commander of Saurens Orc's? tykemison
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11:00pm Tue 22 Apr 14

ghost bus driver says...

Do you think schools could be tougher in general? In many cases, rather than being afraid to discipline pupils many of them let the unruly ones disrupt things for all the others, with many teachers unable (or unwilling) to control the class. Do you think the "ex-army sergeant major teacher" route works?
Do you think schools could be tougher in general? In many cases, rather than being afraid to discipline pupils many of them let the unruly ones disrupt things for all the others, with many teachers unable (or unwilling) to control the class. Do you think the "ex-army sergeant major teacher" route works? ghost bus driver
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11:34pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Andy R says...

ghost bus driver wrote:
Do you think schools could be tougher in general? In many cases, rather than being afraid to discipline pupils many of them let the unruly ones disrupt things for all the others, with many teachers unable (or unwilling) to control the class. Do you think the "ex-army sergeant major teacher" route works?
".....rather than being afraid to discipline pupils many of them let the unruly ones disrupt things for all the others...."

Rather than being afraid to clamp down on internally contradictory sentences, many schools just let them totally confuse readers......
[quote][p][bold]ghost bus driver[/bold] wrote: Do you think schools could be tougher in general? In many cases, rather than being afraid to discipline pupils many of them let the unruly ones disrupt things for all the others, with many teachers unable (or unwilling) to control the class. Do you think the "ex-army sergeant major teacher" route works?[/p][/quote]".....rather than being afraid to discipline pupils many of them let the unruly ones disrupt things for all the others...." Rather than being afraid to clamp down on internally contradictory sentences, many schools just let them totally confuse readers...... Andy R
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