Principal politicises school notices


Malcolm Dixon

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Have a gander at this school newsletter from Malcolm Dixon at Frimley Primary School in Hastings where he gives three reasons why he hates “Charters Schools” and his opposition to National Standards.

One of his claims is there are “far too many variables and inaccuracies”…like spelling en masse as “on mass”.

Apparently the only people who can have ideas are those approved by him and his own political viewpoint on life.

We should definitely look to the Australian lead of stopping the use of children and political weapons by principals such as Malcolm Dixon. 

He claims at the very start of the letter that he is wanting keep everyone fully informed, then proceeds to deliver a very lop-sided and generally wrong explanation of why he thinks National Standards and Charter Schools are wrong.

No wonder the kids are doing so poorly at school when a principal doesn’t even know how to spell en masse.

Frimly school news letter

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