Seckford Foundation attack Head of Sir John Leman School over Twitter comments
Chair of Governors
This blog has detailed previously the campaign being fought by Sir John Leman High School who feel that the free school is not needed and who will be significantly impacted by its opening. A less than stunning open evening last week failed to demonstrate the "strong" parental demand they claim for the school.
So the Seckford Foundation have gone on the attack. Their Chair of Governors, Roger Finbow has according to the Guardian written a letter to Sir John Leman Head Jeremy Rowe including a personal attack on him for his use of Twitter to defend his school. Finbow writes that his use of Twitter:
I could not find Roger Finbow on Twitter and I think it is fair to say he is not a regular user of the site. Some might wonder why Finbow has chosen to criticise something that he appears to know very little about.
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Sam Freedman and Jeremy Rowe, Head of Sir John Leman School
But I thought this Tweet really summed it up:
I am sure Jeremy Rowe will continue his fight to support the children of Beccles and their local school. The reaction of Seckford just shows he has touched a nerve.