Saturday 30 July 2016

Morning Star on Michaela: Schools versus communities

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Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group said...

Thanks for republishing that excellent and incisive editorial, Martin. You certainly are doing Michaela Free School proud in the Google search rankings! ;-)
See my blog post Michaela Community School's 'discipline' , Universal Credit's 'in-work services' and search-engine-rankings for further details of that, and it would be great if you and your readership could reciprocate with the blog comments on the Kwug blog at least occasionally.

Philip Grant said...

Who would have thought that the "Daily Mail" and the "Morning Star" could ever agree on a subject! But they, and many others, agree that placing pupils in "lunch isolation" if their parents have difficulty in paying for school meals on time is a disgrace.

Top marks, Michaela, for uniting diverse political communities; but "isolation" for your bad behavioural practices.


Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group said...

Hi, Philip

Both the Morning Star and the Daily Mail did advocate Brexit -- though admittedly for different reasons.

I've been told also by a Mail reader that while the Daily Mail advocated Brexit, the Mail on Sunday advocated Remain.

Dude Swheatie of Kwug