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Ofsted condemn north London school for failing to take anti-gay bullying ‘seriously’

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  1. Derek Williams 5 Dec 2013, 1:47pm

    That’s surprising that the entire board of governors stepped down. I can only assume that means they support anti-gay bullying and didn’t want to put it right.

    1. Or it could mean that the board of governors was ashamed that this was going on right under their noses and they failed to detect it so they stepped down to allow the school to start with a fresh board that didn’t bear the taint of the scandal.

  2. marshlander 5 Dec 2013, 4:03pm

    The pupils are entitled to immediate intervention to ensure their safety. I found this kind of action one of the few redeeming aspects of being on an inspection team, back in the days when I had to do such things. Best wishes to the whole Copenhagen School community. They have a tough road ahead.

    1. The new school team have acted swiftly to address issues. Children at the school took part in anti-bullying workshops. Some
      Children took part in an Anti-Bullying competition at the Emirates Stadium and in a fantastic turn of events, they won first prize. An excellent move forward and an indication of the positive road ahead.

  3. The new school team have acted swiftly to address issues. Children at the school took part in anti-bullying workshops. Some
    Children took part in an Anti-Bullying competition at the Emirates Stadium and in a fantastic turn of events, they won first prize. An excellent move forward and an indication of the positive road ahead.

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