By Karen Canon
This is the third in a series of reflections on Marion Berry's I Buy A School, in which she tells of her experiences as headmistress of a PNEU school.
‘Brush End was a small utopian school in the New Forest…’ So starts a chapter in Marion Berry’s memoir, I Buy a School. It was the beginning of a chapter in her life as well, as she joined a former schoolmate to run this idyllic school in southern England. Enrolling elementary-age students, she joyously remarked, “It was an eye-opener for me to see what can be achieved with a group of young children with no pre-conceived ideas about school.” Soon, a ‘Nursery Class’ was added as well for children ages four to six.
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