Another one to add to the opposition of the West London Free School

Marie Faulkner's picture
Head of Latymer Upper School has written to neighbours voicing his concerns over the free school set to open nearby.

'In a letter to neighbours, Mr Winter says he doubts local infrastructure can cope with an influx of pupils, and asks residents to send comments to be included in his school's objection to the project.'

'He claims traffic will increase and children will be at risk because more people will try to cross King Street.'

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Insatiable Angst's picture
Thu, 17/03/2011 - 10:44

If you hope to derail the WLFS by publicising any negative stories that appear in the press, I think your response time will have to drastically improve.

This article was printed by the Standard six days before being reproduced here, while the story was picked up on an education thread at the Spectator website within hours of the paper hitting the streets.

Must try harder, as they used to say at school.

Ben Taylor's picture
Thu, 17/03/2011 - 20:14

Recruiting a fee paying school to oppose a state school.

You're having a laugh aren't you?

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