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Mapledean Children's Centre to Stay Independent

12 Signatures Goal: 100

Keep Mapledene Childrens Centre & Queensbridge School Independent. We want to stop this imminent transfer until the parents and Government Education Officials have been properly consulted and are happy with the reasons given for the proposal. Mapledene is an outstanding Childrens' Centre run by fantastic people. Attention to detail and an unique understanding of childrens needs is a key feature of the Nursery and something that could be lost should the transfer go ahead. Why fix something that is not broken The parents of Mapledene and Queensbridge have not been consulted as to how this will affect the running of both the School and the Nursery. A meeting held on 10th July by the Learning Trust did nothing to reassure parents anxiety. Many questions raised by parents went unanswered. We want to know why We would like an official 3 month consultation period to start from September the 1st giving the parents of Mapledene and Queensbridge the opportunity to discuss how this change will affect the children involved We want the opportunity of posing questions to the Learning Trust and considering in detail their response. The nursery is and has been very successful over the last years, and the system proposed is un-tested. Why fix something that is not broken

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  • 6 years ago
    J Louise Young Germany
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    Christopher Quayle United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Louise Melchior United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Tim Martin United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Tim Martin United Kingdom
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    Alan Barnett United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Rachel Wintour United Kingdom
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    Natalie Brierley Cyprus
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    becky parker United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    Ben Croker United Kingdom
    6 years ago
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    sophie Croker United Kingdom
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    sophie Croker United Kingdom
    6 years ago