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Haddenham Village Society is hosting a discussion on "Village Schools — places, admissions, plans, education" on Wednesday, 10th February, starting at 8pm.

The venue is Haddenham Community Junior School.

The meeting will take the form of a panel discussion chaired by Steve Sharp (former Director of Education for Bucks CC) with:

  • Gaynor Bull (Chair of Governors, Haddenham St. Mary's CE School)
  • Alex Giles (Chairman of Governors, Haddenham Community Infant School)
  • Sue Lewin (Headteacher, Haddenham Community Junior School)
  • Paula Campbell-Balcombe (Bucks CC)
  • Steve Chainani (Bucks CC)

All welcome; donations at door for non-members.

Further information from the HVS Membership Secretary, Brian Cole, Email: jbcoleuk@aol.com

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