A HARLOW headteacher has spoken out over the number of “very vulnerable” children from controversial converted office blocks that are coming to her school.
Bernadette Miele is the head of Tany’s Dell primary on Mowbray Road in Harlow. Since 2017, she has had a large number of children from Templefields House as well as other converted blocks on or near Edinburgh Way.
But Ms Miele is now saying “enough” as these transient and vulnerable pupils are clearly having a number of negative impacts on the school says the head.
The head stresses that the children are victims of circumstances and all agencies are going at great lengths to stress that the children are not to blame.
She has been supported by local councillor and governor, cllr Danny Purton as well as Harlow MP Robert Halfon.
YH went down to the school to speak to Ms Miele and find out more.
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