A Secondary school headmaster says a classless society is not practical in today's education environment.
St Margaret's in Maidstone was the England lead for the government's 'all-in-one' teaching approach, but the head teacher Michael Holly says it just doesn't work.
"We have over 1100 pupils here and teaching them all a single subject in one area isn't a practical option. For instance, trying to teach the final year students English Literature while the junior years struggle with basic english, means no-one gets any kind of an education."
"PE is even worse. Imagine trying to get over a thousand children through the showers after double games is not only a nightmare, but has led to our school facing multiple writs for sexual harassment and assault. And only a handful of those are against the games teachers themselves, and while that might sound like an advance over mainstream educational practice, it's not good enough."
A spokesman for the Department of Education said the Government was aware of Mr Holly's thoughts on the topic and that the Secretary of State would be seeking clarification of the teacher's comments as soon as possible.
However, it's understood the Michael Gove is privately furious with the teacher and the school, especially after the pilot project allowed Kent County Council to lease most of the empty former classrooms out to small businesses as workshops, netting the council over a quarter of a million pounds in extra income per month.