Bonuses protest will go ahead
by Alex Wellman Plans for a protest against a school which paid its headteacher thousands of pounds in bonuses will go ahead despite governors cancelling a meeting. Teachers, parents and pupils have pledged to go ahead with voicing their
by Alex Wellman
Plans for a protest against a school which paid its headteacher thousands of pounds in bonuses will go ahead despite governors cancelling a meeting.
Teachers, parents and pupils have pledged to go ahead with voicing their displeasure at the state of affairs at Copland School in Cecil Avenue, Wembley, despite the governors meeting being postponed.
The protest had originally been planned to coincide with the meeting to put pressure on governors to act on demands made by teachers at the school.
Organisers say they are disgusted with reports that head teacher Sir Alan Davies received �130,000 in bonuses over two years.
Protestors are demanding that an investigation into the bonuses be undertaken and three members of staff who have been suspended be re-instated.
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Pupils old and new are expected to join parents and teachers at the protest outside the school from 5.30pm today.
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