A school in Birmingham say they've moved from the bottom one per cent to the top one per cent of schools, nationally, in just five years.
Perry Beeches Academy's remarkable turnaround was measured by looking at the progress of pupils during their time at the school. Their headteacher hopes to copy their success across the city. Michael Sibert has been to take a look around, and sent this report.
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