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- Education Professionals
The broadcast version of this programme is subtitled.
In this programme, Nick Gibb MP reveals what lessons he learned from the multitude of schools he attended as a child.
The shadow minister for schools explains how his days in education influenced his support for traditional teaching methods, and how he benefited from discipline as a student. Journalist Steve Richards asks Mr Gibb about his time spent in Canada and examines his report from secondary school.
The member of parliament for Bognor Regis & Littlehampton reveals which teachers inspired him and examines what made him politically ambitious. He also muses upon whether his school days could be used as a model for modern Conservative policy on education.
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Part of the series: School Days