Yes athough.smaller classes seems fair if they have been paid for directly. I would argue that parent pressure might be more stressful for teachers in the private schs too though.The money being associated with Exam grade inflation or easier exams isn't nice to hear though if that is the case. It may not be. But it is interesting to also see that Universities have upped their unconditional offers massively since the arrival of student fees too. When igcses were allowed in State schools, that teaching was considerably better in the State schs. State schs saw their results rise with igcses dramatically - even with bigger classes.