Deptford says no to Tidemill becoming an academy


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  • Judith Walters
    11:06 pm on March 1st, 2012 1

    For the record. I think its a tragedy that Mark Elms is leaving. So many children will be deprived of a truly inspirational Head. If you didn’t feel the same you should have just left quietly not launched this personal hate filled attack. Why publish the letter before giving him the chance to tell the kids? It’s horrible behaviour. Have you nothing better to do than pursue this man and obsess over your nasty quasi media campaign. You do not speak for the many, yet you claim to. I fully support Mr Elms and watched him today spreading joy, genuinely, joy in the assembly for World book day. His staff love him, the majority of the parents love him and most importantly the kids love him and kids are a better judge than you they follow their pure instincts they have no agenda. Now please, stop and pick on someone else. Bully them.

  • ??
    5:56 pm on March 24th, 2012 2

    Shouldn’t the above comment be removed? Far too positive about Mark Elms for this website.

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