Many thanks fairadmissions for this.
The adjudicator makes it clear they expect their adjudication of how the school administer its admissions policy be used for 2012 admissions. They make it clear that the route to ignore their adjudication is via the courts which would be an appalling use of Charter School money which they would probalby lose. Equally seeking legal redress against the Secretary of State who they legally report to is unlikely to be helpful for the school.
I'd hope they'd have the good grace to accept they've been shown how to administer their admissions more fairly going forward and celebrate it will be better.
Hi intexasat the moment,
Yes, South Camberwell ward councillors supported this - especially Cllr Govier - but it does seem strange that a letter of support from the administration was issued when the evidence was so clearly indicating Southwark Council shouldn't be supporting the status. If two of the ward councillors are the council leader and another a cabinet member you'd have expected them to have spoken to the cabinet member for education to ensure such a silly letter wasn't sent.
former Liberal Democrat Councillor for East Dulwich Ward