Northwood school should not be forced to house the entirety of Pinner wood school
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The Pinner wood relocation should be arranged via the appropriate channels without the bullying tactics and threats of protests and marches outside Northwood school.
> Mixing children between ages of 5 to 18 would open up a huge safeguarding issue between pupils
> Northwood school does not have vacant space for 600 foundation, ks1 & ks2 children & the figures provided are some what skewed
> The academy has worked very hard after being a failing school and the pupils are thriving, it is somewhat selfish that parents from Pinner wood would protest and disrupt their educating & GCSE exams.
> The additional students should this go ahead would put a huge strain on resources within the school, for example but not limited to outside space, teaching, lunching & time
> The school site and local area are not equipped for the drop offs and pick ups required by primary students and the shear weight of traffic and pick ups from the class rooms for early years & ks1 students would cause a huge road safety issue as well as excess traffic
> Other schools have offered to house Pinner wood just not as a full school, the parents are objecting to the splitting of the school
> Northwood school was funded by the taxes of Hillingdon residents, Pinner wood is London borough of harrow the first consideration should fall upon harrow schools
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