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    Default What is better about Catholic schools?

    Not sure if its online pregnor. The West website may have it?

    I don't think league tables are of limited use, I think they are a good source of information, to be considered with a range of other sources of information about a school.
    In isolation they are probably about as useful as the myschool website (i.e. not very useful in isolation).

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    Default Re: What is better about Catholic schools?

    I did find it. Was just curious to see where ds's school fell

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**

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    The public school in my area that seems to have the best reputation amongst the parents seems to have the worst reputation amongst the kids.

    Parents tell me it is a great school that teaches children to their ability and really caters to individual needs. Kids say it is full of sl*ts wearing ultra-short skirts.

    Note - I realise this comment isn't about a catholic school, but the thread does seem to have branched into school reputations.

    PS: the above is relevant to me because my daughter had a really bad time at school last year and I was considering switching her to the above school for this year, but she objected because she didn't want to be labelled a sl*t.
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