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The website has been developed by Peter Mansfield with assistance from Ashton McAllan (consultant). Clare Mansfield has helped move content from the old website to the new. Sub sections of the website are maintained by the: HS library group AdWatch group Ad Gallery group Poster Competition group See also: Website credits

 

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There is no sin in being wrong. The sin is in our unwillingness to examine our own beliefs, and in believing that our authorities cannot be wrong. Far from creating cynics, such a story is likely to foster a healthy and creative skepticism, which is something quite different from cynicism.”
- Neil Postman in The End of Education