From John Cameron
Wandsworth Borough Council are proposing a new build double form entry primary school on the site of a former NHS hospital in Putney. The school is on a site that is too small, and the playground is going to be on the roof. The adjacent road is congested and dangerous, with over 10,000 cars per day. Wandsworth argue that the school only makes sense as a double form entry, as the that is how the funding for the “academy model works”. Is this a fair reflection or, are there examples of new build single form entry primary schools?
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Are there examples of new build single form entry primary schools?
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Who collates attendance figures and exclusion figures for academies?
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What can be done if a school wants to convert which has a Children’s Centre?
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Can academy status be reversed?
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The academy won’t take my special needs daughter