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To think the school need to put measures in place....

(6 Posts)
altinkum Tue 25-Sep-12 08:08:45

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

RaisinDEtre Tue 25-Sep-12 08:11:16

I think the LEA might have a say in repairs or capital outlay, there might be quotes to obtain, procedures to follow

Poor kids tho, that is awf bad luck

Flojo1979 Tue 25-Sep-12 08:15:49

Unless this school is outstanding then I think I'd be considering the possibility of a move.

altinkum Tue 25-Sep-12 08:20:46

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

CwtchesAndCuddles Tue 25-Sep-12 08:28:55

I'm sure the school would love to be able to just get flood prevention work done but in reality it doesn't work like that. Lot's of things will have to be considered:-

What needs to be done?
How much will it cost?
Who is responsible for paying?
Is there any money in the budget (not likely)?

Even after the above have been sorted the work would need to go out to tender.

Talk to the school rather than assuming they are not doing anything. If there are no plans to improve things I would be getting on to the LEA and changing schools.

Nanny0gg Tue 25-Sep-12 10:08:48

I cannot understand why the LA isn't doing something to ensure the children's education continues with the minimum of disruption under the circumstances - temp classrooms, use of public halls, other school buildings. I would contact them, not the school and ask them what they're doing about it.
How are working parents coping?

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