Riley & Jayden’s e-petition gets 1,400 signatures in just FIVE days!

The hearing with school governors on March 3 found that the permanent exclusion was unlawful and ordered Riley’s reinstatement as soon as possible following a “reintegration” meeting. However, the decision was conditional on the family accepting a gagging order and a ban on the parents entering school buildings – and Riley’s younger brother remained excluded.

The e-petition launched to get six year old Riley Pearson back into Colnbrook Primary School has achieved a staggering 1,400 signatures in just FIVE days!

Meek blames “wholly inaccurate” media for forcing Riley’s permanent exclusion

Meek blames "wholly inaccurate" media for forcing Riley's permanent exclusion

The expulsion of 6-year old Riley Pearson from Colnbrook C of E has taken another twist with the school hitting out (again) at local and national press coverage of its action, issuing a press release to defend its position. It says Riley didn’t just have mini cheddars in his lunch box, but OTHER snacks as well, making the media allegations “wholly inaccurate”.

School announces permanent exclusion for Mini-Cheddars boy

School announces permanent exclusion for Mini-Cheddars boy

Unrepentant head attacks press for “wholly inaccurate and potentially damaging story”

Mr Meek's letter to Riley Pearson's parents

Colnbrook C of E head Jeremy Meek has hit out at local and national press reports of the exclusion of a pupil from the school for having a pack of Mini Cheddars in his lunch box.

Outcry over child removed from Colnbrook school grows

The hearing with school governors on March 3 found that the permanent exclusion was unlawful and ordered Riley’s reinstatement as soon as possible following a “reintegration” meeting. However, the decision was conditional on the family accepting a gagging order and a ban on the parents entering school buildings – and Riley’s younger brother remained excluded.

The local outcry over the suspension of a six year old from Colnbrook C of E is growing. An article in the Slough Observer received over 300 comments – almost all in support for the family.

Mother hits out after son is excluded from Colnbrook Primary school … over a pack of Mini Cheddars!

From today's Daily Mail

Six-year-old Riley Pearson has been excluded from Colnbrook C of E School because a bag of Mini Cheddars in his lunch box contravened school policy, today’s Daily Mail reports.

Langley school Christmas Fair raises record-breaking £3,700

Langley school Christmas Fair raises record-breaking £3,700

Holy Family Roman Catholic School in High Street, Langley, raised a record-breaking £3,700 at its Christmas Fair on December 14.

Colnbrook C of E jumps from worst to BEST performing school!

Colnbrook C of E jumps from worst to BEST performing school!

Colnbrook C of E primary school – put into ‘special measures’ last year – has jumped from the bottom of the league table to the top, newly published figures show.