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!
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”.
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.
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.
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.
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 primary school – put into ‘special measures’ last year – has jumped from the bottom of the league table to the top, newly published figures show.
Burglars raided both St Thomas’ Church and Colnbrook C of E primary school on Thursday night.
There is a national strike of teachers taking place on Thursday 17 October which will affect at least one, possibly both, of Colnbrook’s schools.