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The Griffin Schools Trust, whose accounts show that it breached financial guidelines in 11 different ways in 2013, has paid more than £700,000 to a company wholly owned by its joint chief executives, Liz Lewis and Ange Tyler, over the past two financial years.
Commenting on Nicky Morgan’s attack on those in their community who campaign against academisation, including forced academisation, Kevin Courtney, Deputy General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said…
As parents from the Save Downhills Campaign we thought we’d grown immune to insults, but the DfE and Harris Federation have plumbed new depths by insinuating that we physically attacked the school. Are they referring to the commemorative plaque unveiled after the school was academised?
One of England’s largest and most successful academy chains is seeing hundreds of teachers leave its schools each year, to be replaced by new staff. More than 1,000 teachers have left schools in the Harris Federation over the past three academic years, according to a freedom of information request provided to Bridget Chapman, chair of the Anti Academies Alliance.