Monday, 4 December 2006

Army 'targeting poorer schools'

In today's news, we hear that the British Army is targeting poorer schools.

A spokesman for Ofsted (the Office for Standards in Education) may have said:
"This will help to improve the overall standard of education by eliminating the weakest performers (both students and teachers) without the expense of setting up new academies or indeed educating anyone."

When asked about this, the Ministry of Defence, said:
"We think you may have misunderstood this particular news item, the British Army has hardly ever engaged in military operations against schools in this country."

David Cameron (Conservative Party leader) said:
"Whilst we originally supported the Government's invasion of
St Trinians, now that it has turned pear-shaped, we'd like to change our minds."

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