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22 Apr 2015

Green Party Trade Union Group sends its support to the parents, pupils and teachers of St Andrew and St Francis CofE Primary in Willesden

Parents of students at St Andrew and St Francis CofE Primary in Willesden are protesting against proposals to turn the school into an academy; they are demanding an independently overseen ballot on academisation with full information of the arguments for and against an academy.

They are supported by the teachers’ unions at the school who are preparing to take strike action if this simple and reasonable request is not met.

Green Party policy is against forcing schools to become academies and the  Green Party Trade Union Group sends its support to the parents, pupils and teachers involved in this resistance to railroading through marketised education without proper consultation.

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