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18/06/2020 21:54
Ole
The prediction of 500,000 deaths has been proven to be flawed. They based it on an extrapolated death rate. Using their same model, and taking measles as an example, there would be 120,000 measles
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
24/05/2020 19:21
Ole
Loulou Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What is the point....... > This morning whilst queuing at Sainsbury’s I > watched a gentleman get out of his car, > painsta
Forum: The Lounge
27/03/2020 16:28
Ole
Asking for a friend.
Forum: East Dulwich COVID-19 Area
18/03/2020 09:14
Ole
My partner is in Sainsbury's now and he tells me there is no: pasta milk tinned stuff, couscous - all that aisle empty paracetamol toothpaste (!!) toilet roll cereals frozen food (apart from
Forum: The Lounge
13/03/2020 22:52
Ole
I can’t help with the legal stuff, but I’d suggest keeping a diary of instances where the noise has disturbed your sleep and antisocial events with the date, time, and how it has affected you and your
Forum: The Family Room discussion
13/03/2020 14:22
Ole
BellendenBear Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Presumably The Charter School refers to Charter > North Dulwich rather than East Dulwich? Lots of > kids from Lambeth
Forum: The Family Room discussion
13/03/2020 13:21
Ole
And in case anybody points out - the Catholic schools also have a high rate of out of borough admissions because they prioritise church-going people so I'm just comparing the rates between non-religio
Forum: The Family Room discussion
13/03/2020 13:16
Ole
Renata, I'm attaching a screenshot from this document from 2018 (http://moderngov.southwark.gov.uk/documents/s78194/Report%20Pupil%20Place%20Planning.pdf) which shows that Charter, has a 21% rate of c
Forum: The Family Room discussion
09/03/2020 07:16
Ole
The school admissions system is nuts. We are about 800m from east charter, our nearest school, and children on our street did not get in. Our second nearest is north dulwich and that’s a definite no,
Forum: The Family Room discussion
28/02/2020 16:29
Ole
There are baby and toddler groups where children are exposed to songs, games, toys, stories etc - is that what you mean? There used to be a great session at Dulwich library 10 years ago, lots of signi
Forum: The Family Room discussion
12/02/2020 10:22
Ole
Good condition, very toasty and comfortable, only selling because they don't fit me anymore! 1 x white salopettes: size 38 1 x yellow salopettes: size 36 £15 each Pick up from Denmark Hill o
Forum: For Sale & Items Offered in ED
12/02/2020 10:17
Ole
Very good condition 2 x top base layers: Size 6 years 1 x fleecy top mid layer: Size 6 years 1 x bottoms base layer: size 8 years 1 x salopettes: size 7/8 years Bundle for £30 Pick up fro
Forum: For Sale & Items Offered in ED
01/07/2019 18:01
Ole
Yes, dark ages me too which is why I'm asking as I know things have moved on. 14 sounds ridiculous, I think 9 is the norm. From the website it looked as only 7 so that's why I asked - I didn't know sc
Forum: The Family Room discussion
29/06/2019 19:54
Ole
What is the number of gcse subjects charter lets each student choose? According to the website they timetable for 8 (but one is PE?)
Forum: The Family Room discussion
08/05/2019 22:07
Ole
I'm looking into having a pair of curtains turned into a Roman blind. I've been quoted £500 by a blind and shutter company which I think is hideously expensive. It's not a particularly big window eith
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
12/04/2019 09:16
Ole
DulwichFox Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We had none of this S**te when we joined in the > 70's Welcomed with open arms. > > Hotel California . > > 'Rela
Forum: The Lounge
14/01/2019 19:58
Ole
For sale, Tempur double bedframe and matching headboard, very good condition, cost £1300 new 12 years ago. Massive storage capacity.Still looks new and bed opening mechanism functions faultlessly. Ca
Forum: For Sale & Items Offered in ED
03/11/2018 08:56
Ole
Green and Teggin Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thanks for all your feedback. I haven't actually > had a quote for self publishing. The £40,000 is > what Artifice
Forum: The Family Room discussion
27/10/2018 16:20
Ole
I've worked in publishing. Most publishing houses offer 10-15% royalty for professional books such as yours. 40,000k for self-publishing for only 1,000 copies is far too much and if somebody is quotin
Forum: The Family Room discussion
14/10/2018 16:23
Ole
Having a big clear out, we have lots of baby (newborn- 2 years old) clothes we would like to give not to a charity shop but directly to the babies who need them - any ideas where?
Forum: The Family Room discussion
30/04/2018 20:21
Ole
I was writing that for the benefit of those who have helpfully pointed out that I'm depriving the community of the enjoyment of library books because I have, on ocassion, returned the books late.
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
30/04/2018 18:35
Ole
Thanks for the replies, yes mea culpa, however - did you know that you can reserve books even if they are currently out on loan? and that if you reserve the item then the book can't be renewed?
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
28/04/2018 13:24
Ole
It seems that when I pay a fine using Southwark's self service it doesn't always get allocated to my account. Anybody else find this problem? I've been suspecting it for a while but thought maybe I ha
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
28/03/2018 11:44
Ole
I have an 8 year old boy. Over the years I've noticed that the amount of boys clothes for ages 5+ at east dulwich sainsbury's has shrunk. I've asked the shop floor staff about it, I've asked to speak
Forum: The Family Room discussion
28/01/2018 09:42
Ole
Planning our summer holiday, decided we'd like to go to Provence to see nimes, Avignon and surrounding areas. Any recommendations of where to stay? DS is an only child so considering a lodge within a
Forum: The Family Room discussion
24/01/2018 16:24
Ole
I was in the 19.34 train from Victoria. It did originally plan to stop at Denmark hill but after about 10 minutes delay we were told that the train would not stop at Denmark hill anymore. Unfortunatel
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
14/09/2017 09:48
Ole
My nearly 8 year old wants a laser quest party. We've never been to any such venues- any recommendations? Also, any ideas for birthday presents that is not lego, or Pokémon, or nothing to do with coll
Forum: The Family Room discussion
20/06/2017 20:19
Ole
I am looking for a private tutor, from September/October, for my son who will be in year 3 then. The primary aim is not so much prepare for future entrance exams but more to get him into a routine as
Forum: The Family Room discussion
08/04/2017 09:42
Ole
Does anybody know of any holiday clubs still running on the 18th April? I've just found out that our school has an inset day! Thanks
Forum: The Family Room discussion
31/03/2017 11:46
Ole
Considering taking child to private school (not decided on a specific one), but before diving in, wondering: 1/ outside the usual intake points- how realistic is it to get a place? Has it ever happen
Forum: The Family Room discussion
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