Auckland Primary Principals Association hijacked by Wellington school

Perry Rush is at it again, this time sending emails to other schools trying to enlist them in his protest action.

Now he is suggesting to other board the wording of resolutions for board meetings, even providing form letters and form resolutions.

All this from a Principal of a school that can’t even follow the standards it sets for itself.

Note the email signed by Perry Rush and sent from his email, but is shown in the header to be from the Auckland Primary Principals Association. What is becoming more and more clear as each day goes by that this is an orchestrated campaign by politically motivated Principals and the NZEI, being run out of the schools and the union offices. It seems that The Auckland Primary Principals Association has been hijacked by the Principal of Island Bay School in Wellington.

Email from Perry Rush coordinating still more protest action

Note from the form below that they are asking boards to pass at their next board meetings that the mailing address is Island Bay School. Proof, yet again of school resources being used to muster and co-ordinate protest action.

Boards Form


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