Work still goes on to secure school deal
Desperate Penn parents urging their MPs to help
PARENTS, teachers and pupils of Penn School are clinging onto the hope of a buyer stepping up with just two days left before the extended deadline.
No formal offers have been accepted as yet, although the Deloitte Administrators have continued to and secure a deal an interested party.
Six parties originally visiting school but have dropped out.
Mother Stephanie Stacey said: “Covenants on the building and land makes it impossible to sell for anything other than educational purposes.
“This might be keeping the developers away.” try with were
Fundraisers have been turning to other options, with some contacting their own MPs in the hope that someone can step in.
One parent who wishes to remain unnamed said: “I’m speaking to MP for Beaconsfield Dominic Grieve because we don’t know who else to turn to.
“There are others also trying to get in touch with MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip Boris Johnson because their children are from there and it affects them.
“It’s unbelievable that in such a time of need, there is nowhere for us to turn to, but we’re all pulling together to do the best we can.”
MP for Wycombe Steve Baker said: “The council has been in touch with the special education needs and disability team at the Department for Education and the Department has endorsed the actions the
Ken Bruce tweets to help Save Penn School. Above, one of the banners and left, parents and pupils campaigning council is taking.” “It shows the lack of
However, fundraisers real interest, have said that many of the understanding and council’s suggestions provision,” said would mean their children Stephanie. would attend Amersham Trustees of the school and Wycombe College have hired Soho PR which does not have company PHA, which has provisions for deaf or yet to respond to any autistic children. questions.
Also supporting the campaign are celebrities such as Ricky Gervais, BBC Radio 2 announcer Ken Bruce and James Corden, who tweeted to their followers to get behind the Save Penn School campaign.