The UK Press and T.V. want to hear from you NOW!

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The UK Press and T.V. want to hear from you NOW!

Postby Justice » Sat Jan 28, 2006 5:24 pm

THE U.K. PRESS AND T.V. WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU NOW ABOUT THE SES AND ST. JAMES INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS!

If you would like to talk to a Journalist (either on OR off the record) about any concerns you may have about the SES or St. James Independent Schools (past or present) then the individuals listed below would like to hear from you now.

The recent article in the Times Educational Supplement (Jan 20th 2006 ? Page 14) and other articles in the local press have sharpened the interest of ?Fleet Street? and the National Television Channels.

By talking to them now you will help them to bring the truth about the SES and St. James Independent Schools to the attention of the public and the authorities throughout Great Britain.

You will also be able to inform parents (and their children!) involved with the school today of your concerns and prevent problems (if any) from continuing into the future.

We owe it to the Children and their Parents to make them aware of ALL the FACTS about the SES. How many of the Parents and the Children have ALL the facts about the SES and their beliefs and methods?

If they had been aware of all the facts about the beliefs and methods of the SES BEFORE they had chosen St. James Schools for their Children, would they STILL have decided to send their Children there?

The time to ACT and make YOUR views known is NOW, so please be brave and either pick up the phone or email one (or all!) of the Journalists listed below. REMEMBER, it is up to you to decide if what you say to them is on or off the record. On behalf of the Children and their Parents, Thank you!

CHANNEL 4 NEWS:
Dan Wright (Home Affairs Producer) ? Tel (Direct Line): 020 7430 4601 (Fax: 020 7430 4609)
Email: dan.wright@itn.co.uk
or
Victoria MacDonald (Social Affairs Correspondent) Tel: (Direct Line) 020 7430 4702


EVENING STANDARD (LONDON):
EDUCATION CORRESPONDENT:
Dominic Hayes
Direct Line: 020 7938 7543
Email: dominic.hayes@standard.co.uk
Switchboard: 020 7938 6000


TIMES EDUCATIONAL SUPPLEMENT:
Graeme Paton (Journalist who published article on 20/1/06 - Page 14)
Direct Line: 020 7782 3229
Switchboard: 020 7782 3000
Email: graeme.paton@tes.co.uk

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