Schools

Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Posted on 27th September 2018 by fast_admin

Silver linings at Sir Robert Woodard Academy by Sue Smith As we return to the school application process for our second child, I wanted to share the experience we had with our first child, in the hope that it may help others feel less anxious....

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

Posted on 18th May 2017 by fast_admin

                  Education has become the biggest voter concern after Brexit. From fair funding, to SATS, Free Schools & academisation, school capacity, league tables, tuition fees, grammar...

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Posted on 28th April 2017 by Alastair Reid

Education in Adur is the responsibility of West Sussex County Council. The district has been represented by six councillors, three from the Conservative Party and three from UKIP, for the past four years, but the entire council is up for...

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

A year or so ago, my kid’s school announced that it had been forced, (against the wishes of the Head and Governors), to add another class to its 2016 intake. There was natural consternation from parents. Everyone likes the idea of...

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

There is probably few subjects more likely to incite parental passions than that of securing school places. If you care about your kids, the chances are you are going to care about which school they go to. A lot.     Which makes...

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Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Posted on 27th September 2018 by fast_admin

Silver linings at Sir Robert Woodard Academy by Sue Smith As we return to the school application process for our second child, I wanted to share the experience we had with our first child, in the hope that it may help others feel less anxious....

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

Posted on 18th May 2017 by fast_admin

                  Education has become the biggest voter concern after Brexit. From fair funding, to SATS, Free Schools & academisation, school capacity, league tables, tuition fees, grammar...

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Posted on 28th April 2017 by Alastair Reid

Education in Adur is the responsibility of West Sussex County Council. The district has been represented by six councillors, three from the Conservative Party and three from UKIP, for the past four years, but the entire council is up for...

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

A year or so ago, my kid’s school announced that it had been forced, (against the wishes of the Head and Governors), to add another class to its 2016 intake. There was natural consternation from parents. Everyone likes the idea of...

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

There is probably few subjects more likely to incite parental passions than that of securing school places. If you care about your kids, the chances are you are going to care about which school they go to. A lot.     Which makes...

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Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Posted on 27th September 2018 by fast_admin

Silver linings at Sir Robert Woodard Academy by Sue Smith As we return to the school application process for our second child, I wanted to share the experience we had with our first child, in the hope that it may help others feel less anxious....

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

Posted on 18th May 2017 by fast_admin

                  Education has become the biggest voter concern after Brexit. From fair funding, to SATS, Free Schools & academisation, school capacity, league tables, tuition fees, grammar...

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Posted on 28th April 2017 by Alastair Reid

Education in Adur is the responsibility of West Sussex County Council. The district has been represented by six councillors, three from the Conservative Party and three from UKIP, for the past four years, but the entire council is up for...

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

A year or so ago, my kid’s school announced that it had been forced, (against the wishes of the Head and Governors), to add another class to its 2016 intake. There was natural consternation from parents. Everyone likes the idea of...

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

There is probably few subjects more likely to incite parental passions than that of securing school places. If you care about your kids, the chances are you are going to care about which school they go to. A lot.     Which makes...

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Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Posted on 27th September 2018 by fast_admin

Silver linings at Sir Robert Woodard Academy by Sue Smith As we return to the school application process for our second child, I wanted to share the experience we had with our first child, in the hope that it may help others feel less anxious....

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

Posted on 18th May 2017 by fast_admin

                  Education has become the biggest voter concern after Brexit. From fair funding, to SATS, Free Schools & academisation, school capacity, league tables, tuition fees, grammar...

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Posted on 28th April 2017 by Alastair Reid

Education in Adur is the responsibility of West Sussex County Council. The district has been represented by six councillors, three from the Conservative Party and three from UKIP, for the past four years, but the entire council is up for...

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

A year or so ago, my kid’s school announced that it had been forced, (against the wishes of the Head and Governors), to add another class to its 2016 intake. There was natural consternation from parents. Everyone likes the idea of...

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

There is probably few subjects more likely to incite parental passions than that of securing school places. If you care about your kids, the chances are you are going to care about which school they go to. A lot.     Which makes...

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Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Sir Robert Woodard Academy, A Parents View

Posted on 27th September 2018 by fast_admin

Silver linings at Sir Robert Woodard Academy by Sue Smith As we return to the school application process for our second child, I wanted to share the experience we had with our first child, in the hope that it may help others feel less anxious....

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

General Election Education & More Hustings – 7.30pm, 25th May, The Shoreham Center

Posted on 18th May 2017 by fast_admin

                  Education has become the biggest voter concern after Brexit. From fair funding, to SATS, Free Schools & academisation, school capacity, league tables, tuition fees, grammar...

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Responses to questions sent to local election candidates

Posted on 28th April 2017 by Alastair Reid

Education in Adur is the responsibility of West Sussex County Council. The district has been represented by six councillors, three from the Conservative Party and three from UKIP, for the past four years, but the entire council is up for...

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Worried about Schools? Don’t complain do something. The Swiss Gardens Story.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

A year or so ago, my kid’s school announced that it had been forced, (against the wishes of the Head and Governors), to add another class to its 2016 intake. There was natural consternation from parents. Everyone likes the idea of...

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

The broken system of planning and provision of school places.

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Alastair Reid

There is probably few subjects more likely to incite parental passions than that of securing school places. If you care about your kids, the chances are you are going to care about which school they go to. A lot.     Which makes...

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