Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

New plans for St John’s Primary School

by Nigel Bakhai on 25 October, 2013

Ealing Council is consulting on plans to expand St John’s Primary School in Felix Road to a 3 form entry school from September 2016 to cope with the additional local demand for school places. Council officers are developing these plans in conjunction with Rydon and A2 Dominion to encorporate the school rebuild into the Green Man Lane estate regeneration. The existing […]

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My review of the 2012/13 Council Year

by Nigel Bakhai on 8 June, 2013

After two years with a 100% perfect attendance record, the figures for the council year 2012/13 show that I attended 42 out of a possible 43 meetings or 98% of council meetings I  was due to attend. I attended all 8 of the full council meetings (these are meetings of all 69 councillors represented in the borough), […]

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Eden School

by Nigel Bakhai on 18 January, 2013

Residents living around Southdown Avenue or visitors to the Elthorne Park extension, may have noticed signs up for a new school at the Eversheds Sports and Social Club site in Wyke Gardens in Hanwell.   Eden School who were previously based at Eastcote Lane in Northolt before Christmas have now moved into the premises in early January and opened up a school with up to 50 pupils. This […]

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Pupil Premium benefits schools in Elthorne

by Nigel Bakhai on 3 January, 2012

Ealing Lib Dem councillors moved a motion at the December council meeting welcoming the £5 million extra investment in schools across Ealing this year as a result of the Coalition Government delivering on the 2010 General election pledge by the Liberal Democrats to introduce a pupil premium to help the most disadvantaged pupils. Unfortunately, the education […]

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