The dark side of ‘academisation’

How many people know about ‘orphan schools’?

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2018/jan/22/rose-hill-primary-oxford-an-orphan-school-at-the-sharp-end-of-academisation

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Open meeting for all those opposing academies and free schools

‘Hands Off Our Schools’ is holding an Open Meeting on Thursday 14 March at the Commercial Inn, Beeston, Nottingham, starting at 4.30 pm. Refreshments provided. Note: the Commercial Inn is on Wollaton Road, opposite the Cricketers pub and Sainsburys. Free parking up to three hours is available in the supermarket car park.

All who want to get involved in the campaign against academies and free schools or who just want to be better informed, are welcome; this includes teachers, parents, school governors, students, councillors and prospective councillors standing in the forthcoming county elections.

This will be a chance to share information about what is happening in local schools regarding proposed academy conversions and about plans for free schools in our area. It will also be a chance to get involved in the next stage in the campaign to prevent academy conversions and free schools.

‘Hands Off Our Schools’ is the local Anti-Academies Alliance campaign group, fighting the conversion of our local community schools to academies and the setting up of free schools in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

To find out more, look around this site, visit our Facebook page (‘Notts Anti-Academies Alliance’) or contact nottshandsoffourschools@hotmail.co.uk.