APF demands open and democratic consultation for the parents and staff of Small Heath School while matters are at a formative stage. Analysis by Henry Stewart for the Local Schools Network of the latest GCSE data once again shows that non-academies improve faster than academies. The evidence now is overwhelming, yet schools like Small Heath […]Read more "Birmingham City Council must stop colluding with the DfE on forced academies."
Parents of Small Heath School (POSH) have called a public meeting. Tuesday 19th January, 4.30pm, The Rex Centre, 430 Coventry Rd, Birmingham B10 0UG Staff and parents are against their school becoming an academy but the leadership and the IEB have refused to engage with them openly and honestly on the issue. Parents handed in […]Read more "Public Meeting: Defend Small Heath School"
The following statement has been issued by parents of Small Heath School who have been campaigning against forced academy status for their school; Parents and ex-pupils of the Parents of Small Heath (POSH) Campaign are supporting the strike action on Tuesday 20th October by teachers and staff at Small Heath School. We believe that staff […]Read more "Parents of Small Heath School issue statement supporting strike action"
About 50 people attended a public meeting on Thursday 10th May at Northfield Baptist Church to discuss the threat to local primary schools being forced into academy status. The meeting had been organised by the teaching union NUT and the parent group Ask Parents First which is campaigning for open and democratic consultation on academy […]Read more "Northfield Public Meeting: parents begin campaigns against forced academies"