Mr Mitchell and Mr Burton: Our advice for Educating Walthamstow

Thornhill Academy's headmaster and English teacher tell us why they should win this year's Radio Times Audience Award...

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“As a man who wept when Breaking Bad finished, I find it very difficult to vote for ourselves,” Educating Yorkshire’s Mr Burton told us at last night’s Bafta Nominations party. But the competition is fierce for this year’s Radio Times Audience Award and Thornhill Academy’s now-legendary English teacher was at pains to assure us he has indeed cast his vote in support of his Channel 4 documentary (you can, too – right here!

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He and Mr Mitchell also offered some advice for East London’s Frederick Bremer School – the next institution to open their doors to Channel 4’s cameras. “Do what you do, every day, all day and don’t change because if you change, people are canny and they will see through it.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClIVP_QyLj4?list=UU1IA2x0IazEVqAG5_WjxBAg

HAVE YOU VOTED IN THE RADIO TIMES AUDIENCE AWARD? HAVE YOUR SAY HERE…


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