Deptford says no to Tidemill becoming an academy

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Protest against profiteering Wednesday 16th May at Olympia

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Whoops we had a chance to meet then it was gone!

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What else is REAch 2 doing?

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London firm to run school on social club site EDUCATION chiefs have completed the purchase of a former Burton social club site for a new primary school — and chosen the ...more »

Mark Elms leaving Tidemill to do what?…make profit!

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A 'SUPER-HEAD' believed to be Britain's highest paid teacher is to open a new academy in Croydon. Mark Elms earned £276,523 in one year and is already the executive head of ...more »

Deputy head to quit too…SLP

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Mercury ‘Super-Head’ To Leave Primary

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News Shopper – Mr Elms was unavailable for comment

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Shock News “Superhead” Mark Elms Resigns Today

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  [caption id="attachment_1422" align="alignleft" width="205" caption="Mark Elms leaves the Tidemill Governors meeting"][/caption]   Earlier today, children brought home a letter addressed from the Head Teacher Mark Elms – announcing his intention to retire at the ...more »

Who’s Getting What from Whom?

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I wonder  which were the "nationally important educational bodies and initiatives" that allowed Mr Elms to generate an income of £175,000 for the school and which prompted the governors to award him £20,000 in bonuses: was ...more »

School Wars a must!

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School Wars: The Battle for Britain's Education by Melissa Benn The story of the struggle for Britain’s schools, and a passionate call for education as a public good. School Wars tells the story of the ...more »