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Free schools can be set up by a wide range of proposers including charities, universities, businesses, educational groups, teachers and groups of parents where there is evidence of parental demand. These schools are state funded but not controlled by the local education authority.


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    Anti Academies Alliance

    National membership organisation opposed to the creation of academy schools. Active in Camden. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    07528 201 697

    Holborn and St Pancras Secondary School Campaign

    (Also known as Where Is My School? Campaign)
    Campaign organised by local parents who want the provision of a secondary school for children living south of Euston Road in the wards of Holborn and Covent Garden, Bloomsbury and King's Cross. Jan 2011 - bid in partnership with the Institute of Education submitted to…

    New Schools Network

    Working on behalf of the Department for Education as the first point of contact for organisations wanting to set up free schools. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    020 7537 9208

    St Lukes Church of England School

    12 Kidderpore AvenueLondonNW3 7SU
    Primary school with free school status. Opened with its first intake of reception year children in September 2011. Admits 15 pupils to Reception per year.
    020 7435 5604 Fax: 020 7435 3903
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