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Wren Academy are proposing a new secondary school in Enfield. Details of the project can be found here http://www.wrenenfield.org where parents who support the proposal can complete a questionnaire online.

You can get more information and meet the proposers at a consultation evening:

Tuesday 22 September 6.30pm – 7.30pm at St Andrew’s Southgate Primary School (CE), 297 Chase Road, Southgate,
London N14 6JA

Monday 28 September 6.30pm – 7.30pm at St Michael’s C.E. Primary School, Brigadier Hill, Enfield  EN2 0NB

Monday 5 October 6.30pm – 7.30pm at St Andrew’s CE Primary School, 116 Churchbury Lane, Enfield EN1 3UL

The following text is taken from the Wren Enfield website.

From Michael Whitworth
Executive Principal, Wren Academy

I am delighted that Wren Academy is bidding to establish a brand new school in Oakwood. Over recent months I have got to know the area well and I am very encouraged by the amount of support the proposal has already received from local residents.

For us at Wren, starting a new school in Oakwood is a logical next step. We have been privileged to experience the successful development of the current Wren Academy since it opened in 2008 and are keen to offer a Wren education to young people in Enfield. I am very aware that there is already a demand for places at Wren from families in the Oakwood area which we are currently unable to meet.

It is important to recognise that every area, school and child is unique. We will build the new school upon principles we have successfully established at Wren; I know local families will want and expect us to do this. The Oakwood school will not, however, simply be a ‘Wren Academy 2’, it will take some of the best of our current practice to create something which is exciting, dynamic and suited to the particular needs and aspirations of children in Enfield.

If we earn your trust and support and if we are successful in bidding for the new school, I look forward immensely to working with you to make the project a resounding success. You can rest assured that the Governors and staff at Wren Academy recognise the responsibility that is placed upon us when parents choose a Wren education and we will do our utmost to fulfil your expectations of us.

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A letter from South West Enfield Action Team (SWEAT) has been sent to the Director of Schools and Children’s Services with questions about the report that went to Cabinet in June 2013 where a new 2FE School was proposed. The letter can be viewed here Letter to Council 11 June 2014.

Fox Lane and District Residents’ Association (FLDRA) support the SWEAT campaign to increase primary school provision in the Fox Lane and FLDRA area.

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