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 Post subject: Well Done Tracy!!!!
PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 4:00 pm 
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Front page of the News Shopper! I'm glad all your hard work and campaigning is starting to pay off. People will have to take notice now.

Very well done.


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Thanks, but it isn't only me. I'm just pleased it's now out in the open so that people can make up their own minds.


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Well Done!! Hopefully, now it is public, it will force the Council into action!


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 Post subject: RE: Tracy Well Done
PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 11:27 am 
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Can someone tell me what 'Tracy Well done' is all about? We dont have a copy of the newsshopper.

Thanks

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Use this link to read the Newsshopper story.

http://www.newsshopper.co.uk/news/48022 ... selection/
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My paper normally comes on Wednesdays. Not sure if it will come this week though, our road in still covered in ice.

Well done Tracey. It is like having our own Joanna Lumley. :D


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Thanks for the link bromley mum, I've copied it onto the other thread.


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 Post subject: Well done Tracy
PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 6:29 pm 
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Thanks for the link but do not agree with this view.

At present Bromley schools that border on Bexley Borough already take a good number of Bexley Council children. These include Beaverwood, Coopers, Kemnal Technology. Most Bexley grammar schools do not go out more that 4 miles, apart from Townley that goes a alot further, so l dont see what the problem is. At present you have to live a reasonable distance to get into a bexley grammar school even if you pass. The only 2 grammar schools in Bromley, St Olaves takes anyone from anywhere which is affecting school allocations in Orpington, and Newstead Wood, goes up to 9 miles. Quite a number of Bexley children sit St olaves and Newstead Wood and get admission. This is affecting school allocations in Bromley.


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This thread seems more like a cogent argument for a radical overhaul of Bexley primary schools.


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 Post subject: Well done Tracy
PostPosted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 11:27 am 
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Still not in agreement, the only fair view l can see is to re classify the top 180 to depend on some resonable distance , possible twice what the normal bexley grammar school goes out, e.g 8 miles or slighly more.

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