Talk:St John Payne Catholic Comprehensive School

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I've added a section on the organization of the school, and have so far added info only about the school house system. I mentioned the school journal, and intend to explicate this unless someone else gets there first. Much more could be added regarding eg. headboy/girl, school council, prefects, and the staff hierarchy (headmaster, deputies, heads of houses etc). The rest of the page merely reproduces, verbatim, the text on the SJP website, and should be overhauled. Juvina 04:10, 24 July 2007 (UTC)

I have added some details of the teaching staff at the school as requested. I think it is important in particular to recognise the excellence in the teaching at the school. I know that Tony Ward (one of the teachers mentioned) won the Guardian award for best Geography teacher, but I am having trouble finding a link to this effect on the internet. I have included a comment about Mr Demolder as his teaching is often mentioned warmly on past pupil / social network sites like Facebook and Friends Reunited, which I think reflects the esteem in which he was held. Redjim73 08:01, 15 August 2007 (UTC)redjim73