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Re: Creationist science worksheet at a Durham free school

Postby cathy » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:13 pm

Been listening with interest. And i do recall lots of the good old bcse folk raising concerns about Durham on this forum when it got finding!!!! When it seemed obvious it might be a potential loony school. So if bcse and even ordinary members of bcse like myself couod see that glaringly obvious problem looming how come moron Gove couldn't.

How much taxpayers money has actually been thrown away on Gove's ridiculous pet project? When anyone could see the potential problems.
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Re: Creationist science worksheet at a Durham free school

Postby cathy » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:44 pm

Well, well, well looks like Ofsted are cottoning on to our pals at BSI as well!! Looks like that got a bit of a pasting in their last inspection. To be expected after Trojan Horse.


http://www.bridgeschoolsinspectorate.co ... 013-14.pdf

http://www.bridgeschoolsinspectorate.co ... letter.pdf

Loved this bit
...."Thirteen reports, eight do not, in my view provide clear and balanced assessment of schools. Of these eight, six over emphasise the faith based and religious values at the expense of other essential aspects of schools' work, for example the secular curriculum"


Would love to know which reports. Remembering how Sobbing Sylv and pals don't think they have to teach a 'secular curriculum'
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Re: Creationist science worksheet at a Durham free school

Postby Roger Stanyard » Fri Mar 06, 2015 10:50 am

cathy wrote:Well, well, well looks like Ofsted are cottoning on to our pals at BSI as well!! Looks like that got a bit of a pasting in their last inspection. To be expected after Trojan Horse.


http://www.bridgeschoolsinspectorate.co ... 013-14.pdf

http://www.bridgeschoolsinspectorate.co ... letter.pdf

Loved this bit
...."Thirteen reports, eight do not, in my view provide clear and balanced assessment of schools. Of these eight, six over emphasise the faith based and religious values at the expense of other essential aspects of schools' work, for example the secular curriculum"


Would love to know which reports. Remembering how Sobbing Sylv and pals don't think they have to teach a 'secular curriculum'


The Bridge Schools Inspectorate seems unable to comprehend what is meant by religious extremism.
Those who believe absurdities will commit atrocities - Voltaire
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