I was thinking about this. See, there are some kids who are always going to get decent GCSEs. Their parents push them, nag them, they are generally nice kids, they do their homework and revise and they are going to hit their EBAC grades not a problem. I could put them in front of bog standard unqualified teachers and they would probably do ok. Now, if I can find a whole school of them - some thing like a converter academy in a nice area then I am quids in. Here we go. Strip out all the experienced teachers on UPS. Hire mainly unqualified teachers. Scrap all non-ebac subjects and get rid of those teachers. Remove all extra curricular activities, clubs, etc. Basically, anything other than stuff for the exams can go. Then, I'd buy in even cheaper staff. Gym class staff, students and what not and get them to run sessions instead of lessons. Reduce the 'taught' lessons down to say maybe 15 a week. All non-teaching staff on zero hours contracts. Charge kids to eat their own lunch if they don't buy mine. Set up my own supply agency who pay me a finders fee for every recommended 'teacher' and then give the contract to my own agency from my own chain. And then I'd have a executive team all paid to recommend contracts to my other companies. Boy, then I could pay myself so much money it would be untrue. The only thing is, I'd clearly save too much money and would be stockpiling large amounts of cash in the chain. Any ideas how I could get the cash out?