Strikes: Essex school closures revealed

Clacton and Frinton Gazette: Essex school closures revealed Essex school closures revealed

CLOSED

Alec Hunter Humanities College.

Bardfield Primary School.

Barling Magna Community Primary School.

Boxted St Peter’s Church of England School.

Brentwood Ursuline Convent High School.

Brightlingsea Infant School.

Brightside Primary School.

Briscoe Primary School and Nursery.

Burnham-on-Crouch Primary School.

Cann Hall Primary School.

Castledon School.

Cedar Hall School.

Chase Lane Primary School and Nursery.

Cherry Tree Primary School and Nursery.

Chipping Ongar Primary School.

Colne Engaine Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School.

Dedham Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School.

Doddinghurst Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior School.

Downham Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School.

Felmore Primary School.

Fingringhoe Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School.

Friars Grove Primary School.

Frobisher Primary and Nursery School.

Glenwood School.

Gosbecks Primary School.

Hatfield Peverel Infant School.

Heathlands Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School, West Bergholt.

Holland Park Primary School.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School.

Ingatestone and Fryerning Church of England Voluntary Aided Junior School.John Ray Infant School.

Katherine Semar Infant School.

Larchwood Primary School.

Latton Green Primary School.

Lawford Mead Infant and Nursery School.Lincewood Primary.

Mark Hall School.Montgomery Junior School.Mountnessing Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School.

Myland Primary School.

North Crescent Primary School.

Old Heath Community Primary School.

Our Lady of Ransom Catholic Primary School.

Ravenscroft Primary School.

Rochford Primary and Nursery School.

Rolph Church of England Primary School.

Roxwell Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School.

Silver End Primary School.

South Green Infant School.

Spinney Infant School.

Spinney Junior School.

St Anne Line Catholic Junior School.

St Cedd’s Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, Bradwell.

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Dovecourt, Harwich.

St Luke’s Catholic Primary School.

St Michael’s Church of England Voluntary Aided Junior School.

St Nicholas’ Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School, Rawreth.

St Osyth Church of England Primary School.

St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School, Basildon.

Stanway Fiveways Primary School.

Sunnymede Junior School.

The Bishops’ Church of England and Roman Catholic Primary School.

The Edward Francis Junior School.

The FitzWimarc School.

The Kingswood Junior School.

The Leverton Infant and Nursery School.

The Phoenix Primary School.

Thomas Willingale School.

Two Village Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School.

Water Lane Primary School.

Westlands Community Primary School.

Whitmore Primary School.

William Martin Church of England Voluntary Controlled Junior School, Harlow.

William Martin Church of England Voluntary Controlled Infant and Nursery School, Harlow.

Writtle Infant School.

OPEN

Cherry Tree Primary School and Speech and Language Unit.

Great Leighs Primary School. Milwards Primary School and Nursery. The Edith Borthwick

School.

PARTIALLY OPEN

Dr Walker’s Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School, Fyfield.

Jerounds Junior School.

John Bunyan Junior School.

Melbourne Park Primary School.

Perryfields Junior School.

Powers Hall Infant School Designated Nursery and Speech and Language Unit.

Prettygate Infant School.Roach Vale Primary School. The Bishop William Ward Church of England Voluntary Aided

Primary School.

The Cornelius Vermuyden School and Arts College. The Sweyne Park School. Wentworth Primary School.

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7:05pm Tue 29 Nov 11

Napoleon Bonapart says...

Before the parent police start - you don't seem to have problem when you take your revolting brats out of school to take them holiday do you.
Before the parent police start - you don't seem to have problem when you take your revolting brats out of school to take them holiday do you. Napoleon Bonapart

7:52pm Tue 29 Nov 11

starsarah says...

What about the 99% of people who don't take their children out of school in term time? I am also yet to come across any parent who is unhappy about this.
Try again troll!
What about the 99% of people who don't take their children out of school in term time? I am also yet to come across any parent who is unhappy about this. Try again troll! starsarah

8:09pm Tue 29 Nov 11

caroljb says...

teachers have a hard job discipling kids that parents can't be bothered to discipline. They are more than just babysitters!!
teachers have a hard job discipling kids that parents can't be bothered to discipline. They are more than just babysitters!! caroljb

9:32pm Tue 29 Nov 11

streetboy75 says...

Napoleon Bonapart wrote:
Before the parent police start - you don't seem to have problem when you take your revolting brats out of school to take them holiday do you.
revolting brats, who the f**k do you think you are, you must be a big man to call kids that,
[quote][p][bold]Napoleon Bonapart[/bold] wrote: Before the parent police start - you don't seem to have problem when you take your revolting brats out of school to take them holiday do you.[/p][/quote]revolting brats, who the f**k do you think you are, you must be a big man to call kids that, streetboy75

10:31pm Tue 29 Nov 11

mindboggles says...

streetboy75 wrote:
Napoleon Bonapart wrote:
Before the parent police start - you don't seem to have problem when you take your revolting brats out of school to take them holiday do you.
revolting brats, who the f**k do you think you are, you must be a big man to call kids that,
spoken like a true revolting brat (or their revolting parent).
[quote][p][bold]streetboy75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Napoleon Bonapart[/bold] wrote: Before the parent police start - you don't seem to have problem when you take your revolting brats out of school to take them holiday do you.[/p][/quote]revolting brats, who the f**k do you think you are, you must be a big man to call kids that,[/p][/quote]spoken like a true revolting brat (or their revolting parent). mindboggles

11:21pm Tue 29 Nov 11

stonybrig says...

i feel the teachers have every right to strike!! the way they get treated by SOME parents it is awful,its no wonder some of the kids are called revolting brats,,, they dont know the difference between right & wrong because the parents have failed to educate these little monsters on how to behave !!!!!!!
i feel the teachers have every right to strike!! the way they get treated by SOME parents it is awful,its no wonder some of the kids are called revolting brats,,, they dont know the difference between right & wrong because the parents have failed to educate these little monsters on how to behave !!!!!!! stonybrig

3:15am Wed 30 Nov 11

Carpe-Diem says...

mindboggles wrote:
streetboy75 wrote:
Napoleon Bonapart wrote: Before the parent police start - you don't seem to have problem when you take your revolting brats out of school to take them holiday do you.
revolting brats, who the f**k do you think you are, you must be a big man to call kids that,
spoken like a true revolting brat (or their revolting parent).
Its clear who the real brats are and its sure not streetboy

The public sector have job security, mostly, decent wages and the best pensions in the business.The private sector have no security, only a few earn big bucks and pensions are lousy. The strikers shold be grateful they dont work inthe private sector and go back to work
[quote][p][bold]mindboggles[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]streetboy75[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Napoleon Bonapart[/bold] wrote: Before the parent police start - you don't seem to have problem when you take your revolting brats out of school to take them holiday do you.[/p][/quote]revolting brats, who the f**k do you think you are, you must be a big man to call kids that,[/p][/quote]spoken like a true revolting brat (or their revolting parent).[/p][/quote]Its clear who the real brats are and its sure not streetboy The public sector have job security, mostly, decent wages and the best pensions in the business.The private sector have no security, only a few earn big bucks and pensions are lousy. The strikers shold be grateful they dont work inthe private sector and go back to work Carpe-Diem

7:00am Wed 30 Nov 11

bob64 says...

public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself.
public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself. bob64

7:01am Wed 30 Nov 11

bob64 says...

public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself.
public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself. bob64

10:50am Wed 30 Nov 11

Squidward Tenticals says...

bob64 wrote:
public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself.
No. Teachers signed up to educate your children not to bring them up for you.

The school has them for 6 hours a day one of which is lunch.

I hold two jobs (one of which is voluntary) and I average an 80 -100 hour week between them yet my 3 children are polite and well mannered and above all educated.

I suggest that you take some responsibility for your offspring.
[quote][p][bold]bob64[/bold] wrote: public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself.[/p][/quote]No. Teachers signed up to educate your children not to bring them up for you. The school has them for 6 hours a day one of which is lunch. I hold two jobs (one of which is voluntary) and I average an 80 -100 hour week between them yet my 3 children are polite and well mannered and above all educated. I suggest that you take some responsibility for your offspring. Squidward Tenticals

12:06pm Wed 30 Nov 11

gavjamdob says...

bob64 wrote:
public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself.
Typical parent who thinks its everyone else's job to be responsible for THEIR children.

Hello; you signed up for having children, you knew what your circumstances were so don't blame anyone else if you're a poor parent - it falls squarely on your shoulders.

I remember when I was at school the best kids always had parents that helped educate them at home too - whether they worked full time or not. If you care about your child's education, you find the time. What a shame your child may not reach their potential due to your lack of responsibility.
[quote][p][bold]bob64[/bold] wrote: public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself.[/p][/quote]Typical parent who thinks its everyone else's job to be responsible for THEIR children. Hello; you signed up for having children, you knew what your circumstances were so don't blame anyone else if you're a poor parent - it falls squarely on your shoulders. I remember when I was at school the best kids always had parents that helped educate them at home too - whether they worked full time or not. If you care about your child's education, you find the time. What a shame your child may not reach their potential due to your lack of responsibility. gavjamdob

12:32pm Wed 30 Nov 11

perini says...

bob64 wrote:
public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself.
Being a parent brings responsibilities - noone forced you to have a child so don't now start blaming all and sundry for your lack of parenting skills. In summation: chav parents bring up chav brats! Involved parents don't!
[quote][p][bold]bob64[/bold] wrote: public sector pensions are too generous, as for pay rises? Ask someone in the private sector: haven't seen one for years, in fact pay reduction and holding on to your job is the best you can hope for. These people need to wake up and realise these cushy jobs with gold plated deals are not sustainable. As for teachers having to discipline brats, hello; that's what they signed up for! As a parent, I get blamed for my kids failings at the end of every term, well the school has them for 8 hours a day, what can I possibly achieve in the other couple of hours left after feeding them and washing them, with no teacher training and having worked all day myself.[/p][/quote]Being a parent brings responsibilities - noone forced you to have a child so don't now start blaming all and sundry for your lack of parenting skills. In summation: chav parents bring up chav brats! Involved parents don't! perini

4:14pm Wed 30 Nov 11

bob64 says...

Typical responses from you looney liberals: ignore half the argument and make assumptions about the rest. My kids are well behaved, extremely thoughful, caring and capable. Not chavvy and impolite, you ignorant numbskulls! Quite often they are sent home with laughable homework exercises that haven't been explained to them or to us. The report comes right at the end of term when its too late to make up the deficit in learning. Recently I worked together with my 9 year old on 2 research projects. The first was criticised for being light on content, the second was handed in doubled in size and 4 weeks later it hasn't been marked.
Typical responses from you looney liberals: ignore half the argument and make assumptions about the rest. My kids are well behaved, extremely thoughful, caring and capable. Not chavvy and impolite, you ignorant numbskulls! Quite often they are sent home with laughable homework exercises that haven't been explained to them or to us. The report comes right at the end of term when its too late to make up the deficit in learning. Recently I worked together with my 9 year old on 2 research projects. The first was criticised for being light on content, the second was handed in doubled in size and 4 weeks later it hasn't been marked. bob64

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