I am curious as to how these two miscarriages of natural justice have endured, the one for seven years and the other maybe at the beginning of its sentence of neglect.
|Nice car park|
It took our pioneers in the Music Special/Additional Needs World [including our very own music educator, Mavis West and composer Jan Holstock] decades to persuade the world that children with Special Needs deserved equal access to a musical education, and eventually persuaded the Leeds Music Support Service to create the Department of Music for Children Special Needs.
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The community cries out for more school capacity, and for that building to bustling again with people; Royal Park School yearns to be used again.
I suggest that people paid to manage assets recognise their value and respond to local demand. And, actually, if you want to hire the gamelan, or the resonance boards, or go ballroom dancing, or use the Sound and Light Room or put on any of the hundreds of concerts and events that you once could attend with free and easy parking and with disabled access, well you may have to wait.
Victoria Jaquiss FRSA [ex-West Park user, and ex-teacher, parent, governor Royal Park School]