New Statesman reports …
Scarlett Mansfield began taking notes in 2011, when she entered the sixth form at Colchester Royal Grammar School (CRGS), a boys’ secondary in Essex that sends more pupils to Oxbridge than any other state school in the country.
CRGS, which dates back to the 16th century, began accepting girls to study for A-levels in 1998. When Mansfield joined, she was one of 30.
She kept a diary, a Word document that she updated almost daily, in which she wrote about romances and conversations with friends, school trips and parties. She also wrote about the boys who harassed and bullied her
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