All 16 results for wrockwardine

Telford Co-operative Multi Academy Trust Schools — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (2 Feb 2016)

Nick Gibb: ...particular concerns about the performance of the Telford Co-operative Multi Academy Trust, which was joined by four academies in Telford in April and June 2013: Lakeside, Phoenix, Sutherland and Wrockwardine. At the time of conversion, the schools were performing well. In February 2015, however, all four schools were judged inadequate by Ofsted and serious financial issues were uncovered...

Written Answers — Electoral Commission Committee: Electoral Register: West Midlands (27 Mar 2014)

Gary Streeter: ... 82.2 1.5 16.3 Park 87.3 1.0 11.7 Priorslee 82.4 1.0 16.6 Shawbirch 86.0 0.8 13.2 St Georges 82.1 1.2 16.7 The Nedge 82.9 1.0 16.1 Woodside 78.7 1.6 19.7 Wrockwardine 82.3 2.4 15.3 Wrockwardine Wood and Trench 84.5 1.2 14.3

Wednesday, 19 January 2011 (19 Jan 2011)

Lord Grocott: ...wards of Brookside, Cuckoo Oak, Dawley Magna, Horsehay and Lightmoor, Ironbridge Gorge, Ketley and Oakengates, Lawley and Overdale, Madeley, Malinslee, The Nedge, Priorslee, St Georges, Woodside, Wrockwardine Wood and Trench. No doubt that will be interpreted as gross filibustering; I point out to the House that it took about five seconds. On the substantive point-much encouraged as I am...

Written Answers — Education: Building Schools for the Future Programme: Telford (27 Jul 2010)

Nick Gibb: ...The Lord Silkin School Mount Gilbert Special School Newport Girls High School The Phoenix School Southall Special School Sutherland Business and Enterprise College School The Bridge Special School Wrockwardine Wood School.

Ways and Means: Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Capital Gains Tax (Rates) (24 Jun 2010)

David Wright: ...been invested in the renewal of our schools in Telford, but there is currently no security for head teachers, pupils or parents with regard to the future of those schools. Secondary schools such as Wrockwardine Wood arts college, the Phoenix school, Lord Silkin school and Sutherland Business and Enterprise college are waiting to see whether the Government will proceed with Building Schools...

Written Answers — Education: Building Schools for the Future Programme (24 Jun 2010)

David Wright: To ask the Secretary of State for Education (1) whether the Wrockwardine Wood Secondary School in Telford is included in the review of the Building Schools for the Future programme; (2) whether the Phoenix Secondary School in Telford is included in the review of the Building Schools for the Future programme; (3) whether the Lord Silkin Secondary School in Telford is included in the review...

Written Answers — Education: Building Schools for the Future Programme: Telford (8 Jun 2010)

David Wright: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what his plans are for funding of the school rebuilding programme relating to (a) Wrockwardine Wood, (b) Phoenix, (c) Lord Silkin and (d) Sutherland Secondary School in Telford; and if he will make a statement.

Written Ministerial Statements — Children, Schools and Families: School Buildings (17 Dec 2007)

Edward Balls: ...and Stamford 3 TAMESIDE Droylsen to replace Littlemoss and Droylsden BSFwmve LA School 4 TELFORD & WREKIN Lord Silkin 4 TELFORD & WREKIN Sutherland 4 TELFORD & WREKIN Wrockwardine Wood 4 TELFORD & WREKIN Abraham Darby n/a TOWER HAMLETS St Pauls Way n/a TOWER HAMLETS Raines Foundation n/a TRAFFORD St Ambrose College n/a WEST BERKSHIRE St...

Written Answers — Defence: West Midlands (28 Jun 2004)

Mr Ivor Caplin: ...Wrekin Donnington: Army Depot Donnington Telford and Wrekin Donnington: DE Housing Donnington Telford and Wrekin Telford: Defence Logistic Organisation Telford Telford and Wrekin Wrockwardine: Housing Wrockwardine Telford and Wrekin Wolverhampton: TAVRA Centre Wolverhampton Walsall Bramcote: DE Housing Bramcote Warwickshire Bramcote: Gamecock Barracks...

Sex Discrimination (Clubs and Other Private Associations) Bill (14 May 2004)

David Wright: I thank the hon. Gentleman for his remarks. May I extend the hand of friendship and ask him to join me at the Wrockwardine Wood and Trench Labour club for a pint in the Harold Wilson lounge, where he will see a different world?

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Rural Transport (26 Mar 2004)

Alun Michael: ...Sporle with Palgrave Spratton Stainforth Surlingham Tetney Thorne Thurston Ticehurst Parish Council Tutnall and Cobley Upton upon Severn Waddington Wavendon Weeting-with-Broomhill Weston Witley Wrockwardine Wye with Hinxhill Yatton Note: Where a group of Parishes have applied for a grant, only the lead Parish or Town council is recorded by the Countryside Agency.

Princess Royal and Royal Shrewsbury Hospital Trusts (28 Apr 2003)

Mr Peter Bradley: ..., which suspects that "funding will be diverted from the Princess Royal Hospital, to aid Shrewsbury, thus devaluing" the hospital's "ability to serve Telford and its surrounding areas." Similarly, Wrockwardine Wood and Trench parish council in the constituency of my hon. Friend the Member for Telford wrote to me to say: "we are now in danger of having" our hospital "taken away from the...

Home Affairs (20 Nov 2002)

Mr Peter Bradley: ...Members of all parties. The problem is not confined to the urban part of my constituency. Antisocial behaviour takes place in urban Donnington, in the market town of Newport, and in the village of Wrockwardine. Every part of my constituency is a source for the same complaint. My constituents complain about abusive and aggressive behaviour, vandalism, hooliganism, graffiti, litter, noise,...

Orders of the Day — Water Supplies, the Wrekin (4 Jul 1961)

Mr William Yates: ...know the beauties of the Shropshire countryside, whether it be upon Wenlock Edge, on a bend in the River Severn, or in the valleys under the shadow of The Wrekin, or even on the old pit banks of Wrockwardine Wood where people are short of water now. Over those pit banks Sir Gordon Richards first started his riding. It is also good that, at the end of the day, we should use the time to...

Education (Marion Garbett) (5 Apr 1957)

Mr William Yates: ...of Shrewsbury and the County Hall towards The Wrekin. There are plenty of acres of tarmacadamed roads in the north of the county, but little or nothing for the tracks round Old Park, Malins Lee, Wrockwardine Wood and Dawley, which I mentioned in the House in 1955. They are not even able to arrange for a footpath along many of the main highways at Waters Upton for the children. In this...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: New Clause. — (Reduction of Entertainments Duty in Respect of Certain Cinematograph Entertainments.) (19 Jun 1956)

Mr William Yates: ...put it quite clearly and without undue bias one way or the other. I agree that we should have fair competition, but what of a situation like this? I have a letter which says that the Regent Cinema, Wrockwardine Wood, and the Regal Cinema, Hadley, both pay full tax. Yet within two miles the Garrison Theatre—The Globe, Donnington—which seats about 1,000 persons, does not pay...

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