Stanton wrote:Making the connection clear between SES and St James schools for the benefit of parents has been a long-standing aim of many on this board.
I notice you don?t say it is an aim of current St James headteachers, governors, or the senior SES membership.
Stanton, I haven?t missed that you?ve personally been a strong advocate of making the connection between the day schools & the SES apparent? you?ve written yourself that there should be a signed form in each child?s school file, a parental acknowledgement of the tie to the SES/SoES/SoPP or whatever, and I would add that it should include language making clear that the SES is a group with a particular philosophy, and does not offer an academic survey of philosophy.
St. James will probably survive the child abuse scandal, though it may shrink?but the legal vulnerability that the current administrators are inviting by misleading parents about the spiritual education they provide could close the school. Seriously.