Mr Walker, who has been appointed as an adviser to help schools throughout England to implement the scheme, said that 86 per cent of parents at his 960-pupil school had signed up to the programme in January 2005. No pupil was forced to take part, but if they refused, their parents were called in.
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
The Ambassador for Random Drug -Testing
The government has made its most ludicrous appointment yet (the "drugs tsar" doesn't even come close). A headteacher that introduced random drug-testing at his secondary school is to advise other schools: