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The Charter School was launched five years ago after a local campaign by parents.

As the first intake of pupils sit their GCSE exams presenter Winifred Robinson assesses how this experiment in education has fared

The school was the first of its kind in Britain, involving the transformation of the site of a failing school and the recruitment of a new head, teachers and pupils.

There were high expectations of the 11 year olds who started at the Charter in 2000 and Radio 4 has tracked their progress over the years.

With the GCSE marking the end of their compulsory education what are their hopes for the future and how do they feel about the school.

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20051010

The Charter School was launched five years ago after a local campaign by parents.

As the first intake of pupils sit their GCSE exams presenter Winifred Robinson assesses how this experiment in education has fared

The school was the first of its kind in Britain, involving the transformation of the site of a failing school and the recruitment of a new head, teachers and pupils.

There were high expectations of the 11 year olds who started at the Charter in 2000 and Radio 4 has tracked their progress over the years.

With the GCSE marking the end of their compulsory education what are their hopes for the future and how do they feel about the school.

20051010

The Charter School was launched five years ago after a local campaign by parents.

As the first intake of pupils sit their GCSE exams presenter Winifred Robinson assesses how this experiment in education has fared

The school was the first of its kind in Britain, involving the transformation of the site of a failing school and the recruitment of a new head, teachers and pupils.

There were high expectations of the 11 year olds who started at the Charter in 2000 and Radio 4 has tracked their progress over the years.

With the GCSE marking the end of their compulsory education what are their hopes for the future and how do they feel about the school.

The Charter School was launched five years ago after a local campaign by parents. As the first intake of pupils sit their GCSE exams presenter Winifred Robinson assesses how this experiment in education has fared

The school was the first of its kind in Britain, involving the transformation of the site of a failing school and the recruitment of a new head, teachers and pupils. There were high expectations of the 11 year olds who started at the Charter in 2000 and Radio 4 has tracked their progress over the years. With the GCSE marking the end of their compulsory education what are their hopes for the future and how do they feel about the school.

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A Survivor's Guide to Grange Hill

Susan Tully talks about Grange Hill. Producer John Byrne. Rptd Sun 5.00pm* See This Week: page 14

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Unknown: Grange Hill

Talks: Susan Tully

Producer: John Byrne.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19951105]

Susan Tully returns to her former

"school" to talk to past and present cast members of Grange Hill. Repeated from Tuesday

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Unknown: Susan Tully

Unknown: Grange Hill.