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Prime Minister pledges 500 new free schools – but government spikes parents’ plan for new secondary in Holborn

By RICHARD OSLEY Published in CNJ 12 Mar 2015 PRIME Minister David Cameron promised to open 500 new free schools across the country on the same day that his government dashed the hopes of parents campaigning for a new secondary … Continue reading

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Recent Support

This has come as a bolt out of the blue – after a lot of hard work and a lot of steers and indications that it would be approved. It feels politically motivated. Here is a sponsor which is a … Continue reading

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Numbers and History Speak for Themselves

Response to CNJ  In 2012 Camden received 178 secondary transfer applications from children resident in Camden south of Euston Road.  Of those 178 applicants, Camden offered places to just 47.  This means 131 went to school in other boroughs. March … Continue reading

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Parents applaud Town Hall

Published by CNJ: 01 August, 2013
 by RICHARD OSLEY PARENTS in the south of the borough have hailed council plans to open a new secondary school as “historic” after the scheme was given the green light by leading councillors. Camden … Continue reading

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CNJ: Wren Street Site for New School

Published: 27 June, 2013 by RICHARD OSLEY     A NEW secondary school is finally – after decades of parent campaigns and broken promises – set to open in the south of Camden, the New Journal can reveal. The Town Hall … Continue reading

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Street site not for sale

Published 2 May 2013 Your story on the new UCL Academy (Tories accused in school site votes row, April 25) contains an inaccuracy about the Wren Street site being earmarked for sale, which is not the case. We have made … Continue reading

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