Isle of Wight 'superhead' running makeshift school for refugees 'A controversial head teacher who made headlines with his disciplinarian teaching ethos and draconian uniform rules is running a makeshift school for refugee children in the camps near Calais.' (TheGuardian.com, Friday 22nd January.) While many of our pupils have no idea how fortunate they are, most of our political overseers haven't got a clue how education works. Absent creature comforts, still appealing for many people from Primary to FE must be the idea of being able to do the job we enjoy for people who appreciate it, free from bureaucracy and pseudo-managers. Well done Rory Fox & colleagues.