Fighting Academies in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – Broxtowe meeting Thursday 6 January 2011

Broxtowe Anti Academies Alliance is meeting in Beeston tomorrow night (Thursday 6 January 2011) at 8pm.

The Alliance was set up by a group of parents, teachers and school governors last year in opposition to George Spencer School becoming an academy and we have continued to campaign locally. A second Anti Academies Alliance has recently started up in Rushcliffe, but as far as we are aware, these are the only active campaigns (outside the teaching unions) in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

If anyone is interested in setting up an anti academy campaign in the city or county and wants to come along to our meeting to discuss how we can support you, please email broxtowe [at] and we can let you know the venue of the meeting.

Contact: Andrea Oates, Broxtowe Anti Academies Alliance, Email: broxtowe [at]

Also – according to Executive board minutes 21 December.Nottingham City Council is looking at Northgate Primary and nursery school joining up with Djanogly as a 3-19 years academy.

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  1. Ark (Absolute Return for Kids) acts as a funding agent for what is being implemented in schools (and not just academy schools) across the UK. This includes Future Leaders, and the Teens and Toddlers Sustainability Replication Programme.
    More on this here, including links to Schilling’s solicitors letters in the comments section, at this location:
    The ‘Opening Minds’ curriculum, now being implemented in the UK and Europe, and possibly through GEMS (Global Education Management Systems) in Dubai, who have now bought some of the UK Academy schools in particular 3es, whose partner company was Aecom, military and subcontracting to the pentagon);

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