Year 7 pupils at St Edward's...
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Teachers and managers role play challenging situations, with the late Ted Wragg asking the difficult questions. This week, how does a head decide when to fire a struggling teacher? When does the union move to organise an exit with dignity?
Ted Wragg conducts an imaginary case study with the help of eight panellists. His story involves maths teacher Polly Chalice, nicknamed 'poison chalice', a divorcee with three children. The dilemmas arise out of trying to improve her performance while not short-changing her pupils.
Key questions raised:
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Part of the series: What If...?