"Virtual Heads' act as 'pushy parents' for children in care

Children who've been brought up in the care system are some of the most vulnerable in our society, and often don't do well at school. But a Government scheme's hoping to change that for good. From this September every council now has to have a 'Virtual Head' in place to improve the academic standards of children in care, by acting as a kind of "pushy parent". Andrea Thomas reports from Cross-In-Hand near Heathfield. She spoke to 'Virtual Head' Adrian Money, Children's Minister Edward Timpson and school Head Andrew Best.