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Academy Status

The school converted to becoming an academy early in 2011. We were very concerned about that move, not least because of the hidden costs that have now emerged.
In terms of its day to day running, it is little different, but its effect on Lambeth's central budget and its ability to maintain the same level of services through central planning was greatly affected by this move. It is still early days
We expect there to be union recognition agreement talks in the near future as the school have committed themselves to good industrail relations.
If applying for a post, it is imperative that you check your contract before agreeing to any post. If you do have concerns, please contact us.

Stockwell Park High School, a Business & Enterprise College, is a mixed school with over 900 pupils. Located in the Inner London Borough of Lambeth, it was once described as one of the most challenging schools in the UK. However, over recent years it has clearly become an “achieving school”.

The school was rebuilt brilliantly as part of the Building Schools for the Future programme. Given that the school had to experience a multitude of design problems for decades - including asbestos removal - it can only be said that the rebuild is fully deserved.

We can be included among those who look forward to the project being completed, which includes in the plans the establishment of an autistic unit.

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What is going on in this school?

Concerns were raised after the new building was in progress about security cameras. No one should doubt the value of security cameras in this era. But 100 of them? Two per classroom?
At present, the Union is looking into the legality of this move. For example, teachers are not to be monitored for their performance more than 3 hours per year? How might this break that regulation?

This is what the Evening Standard reported.


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