Secondary School South of Euston Road?

Backdated from previous BA website

Important public debate at 6.30pm on Monday 5th March at Havwerstock School

Camden CASE
The campaign for state education in Camden
Consultation meeting


We have organised this meeting to give Camden’s parents, teachers and
governors the opportunity to be consulted on the Council’s ‘Building Schools
for the Future’ plans. These plans will involve rebuilding and restructuring
Camden’s secondary schools, and will affect the experiences and education of
children attending those schools for many years ahead.

Will all Camden’s secondary students get a
place at a good local school?

Will Maria Fidelis get the rebuild it needs?
Should South Camden expand?
Is Swiss Cottage the right site for a new secondary school?


Does Camden need an Academy?

Will parents choose it or will it choose them?
Will it work with or against the other secondary schools in Camden?
Should a university be linked to the Academy or all Camden schools?


What about special needs provision?

Should Frank Barnes primary school for deaf children stay in Camden?
Should Swiss Cottage and Jack Taylor be merged on a much smaller site?

More questions, your questions?

What’s going to happen about a secondary school south of the Euston Road?
Can Building Schools for the Future deliver on time and will it make a
difference to all Camden schools?
What can the Council survey tell us? How representative was it?


Panel includes
Glenda Jackson MP
Frank Dobson MP
Cllr Andrew Mennear

Executive Member for Schools

Malcolm Grant

Provost UCL

Terry Wrigley

Senior Lecturer In Education
University of Edinburgh

Monday
5th March
6.30–8pmHaverstock School
23 Haverstock Hill NW1 2 mins from Chalk Farm tube
For more information contact Andrew on 07957316094 and
email: office@camdencase.org.uk

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