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Mozza posted..

Glenandem my daughter dances there too.   Must know each other.

We moved my son to Brookside years ago when St Stephens on Bosden Farm closed... Warren wood was getting packed to the rafters, and we thought we might be moving up to high Lane. We didn't quite get that far, but by then he was settled and my daughter was along, so the rest is history.
We lived through Brookside going into special measures, and could see the commitment of the staff, I was happy to keep the kids there.
Brookside will always suffer for average grades because of the high number of special needs kids, but they all achieve really well. My daughter is quite a high achiever, and they've supported her well.
I've seen a few kids go from full time wheelchair users to acting ina school play with the others in a couple of years, and it brings a tear!!

It's the same with Poynton... There's so little bullying and messing about, the vast majority of kids are good kids, knowing what I know, it's still a no brainer.   Parents will be put off it, but that's good, smaller classes and more chance of getting in for my daughter, and just at a time when the new head teacher vows to make it outstanding in 18 months. ..
Can't think of a better time to send em!!!