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  • Sharma launches health petition to expand GP services in Battle Ward
    community related infrastructure Given the competing demands on such funding and the current restraints in public sector finance it is only right that the Council properly consider its use in the wider community context Natasha O Brien Chair of West Village Residents Association said This is disgusting news and a huge disappointment Public consultation told the Council they wanted better health care provision in Battle Ward I understand that building another health centre is overkill but this money should go towards Battle residents who have health care requirements and not disappear it into a hole of debt Chris Maude Practice Manager at Grovelands Medical Centre said There has been no consultation whatsoever by the PCT or Reading Council with GP practices regarding their intent to divert the S106 monies to community related benefits in lieu of the Battle Health Centre It appears from Mr Peasley s letter that the PCT did that deal with Reading Council and if so they did not consult us about it That would be a clear breach of the PCT s responsibility to consult with practices and their patients However the fact is that last year the PCT did consult with local practices about using the S106 monies to fund expansion of the practices in lieu of the Health Centre so clearly Mr Peasley s letter does not make sense in that context Alok Sharma said On the one hand we have had Labour councillors calling the cancellation of the new health centre a betrayal and on the other hand they are already back tracking and preparing the ground to use this money to fill other cracks in their budget Alok continued Residents were promised that this money would be used for the benefit of health services in the local area and so they will be extremely upset to learn that the Council has reversed this commitment at this late stage and that is why we are launching this petition The new petition reflects recognition by NHS Berkshire and local Commissioning Group leaders that local GP practices need help to expand their premises to enable them to provide more services The wording of the petition which can also be completed online at www aloksharma co uk health petition reads We the undersigned call upon Reading Borough Council to honour its previous commitment to spend without delay the approximately 1 5 million it is receiving in Section 106 monies from David Wilson Homes in respect of the West Village development on improving local healthcare facilities including funding the expansion of local GP surgeries Alok Sharma said This is a large sum of money that could go a long way to help local GP services expand and improve services they can offer to patients Given the large number of building developments that have been approved in the local area there is a need for expansion to prevent GP surgeries from coming under any further pressure Alok continued It is very important given the cancellation of the proposed

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  • Sharma opens Wilson Primary School Summer Fayre
    field The school is undertaking further refurbishment of the main school building which it hopes to have completed by the end of the year During the planning application process Alok wrote to Reading Borough Council to support the school s plans citing the need for more school places in the local area The school expansion means that it will soon be able to take on an additional 210 pupils at the school Alok Sharma said I was delighted to open the Wilson Primary School Fayre held on the school s newly refurbished playing field Reading does currently have a big shortage in primary school places so I was pleased to support Wilson Primary School s ambitious plans for expansion and I look forward to seeing the completed works Chris Stroud Chair of Governors at Wilson School said It was a wonderful afternoon in the sun raising money for the school Thank you to Alok and all those that came and supported us and particularly to Sue Bull and the rest of the parents and staff that gave their time to make it happen The new facilities have already transformed the learning environment for the children and we are looking forward

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  • Sharma officially opens All Saints Junior Free School new building
    to open in England under the coalition Government s programme for independent state funded education The opening ceremony took place in the school s newly completed August House building which has been purpose renovated in order to convert the building into a school over the course of the last year The school was packed for the ceremony and parents of pupils were joined by the school s headteacher Susannah Daniel and Dorothy Yuille of the All Saints Action Group ASAG Alok who has actively supported plans for the new school since before he became an MP said I was delighted to help in officially opening the All Saints Junior School s new building and was very impressed with the conversion of August House into a modern and well equipped school The new school is a triumph for the local community has been a fantastic boost for parents and children in the local area and is helping to provide much needed extra school places in Reading Katherine Knight said Today is the icing on the cake for us The school building is wonderful and I love how it has been brought to life by the pupils and staff It is wonderful to arrive at the gates every day and know that we have created this great school for the community Neil McIntosh said CfBT is immensely proud to be the sponsor of one of the first Free Schools By September 2013 we will have five Free Schools all keenly supported by parents A major step in the right direction for English education Photo Alok cutting the ribbon at the official opening the All Saints Junior School s new building along with headteacher Susannah Daniel Neil McIntosh Chief Executive of CfBT Education Trust and Katherine Knight Chair of Governors at All Saints

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  • Sharma attends official opening by Lord Hill of All Saints Junior Free School
    of Schools and Nurseries at CfBT Education Trust respectively Dorothy Yuille of the All Saints Action Group ASAG the school s headteacher Susannah Daniel and teacher Natalie Needham The first term started at All Saints Junior School which is temporarily located in All Saints Church Hall on 6th September when Ms Daniel took charge of one of the first Free Schools to open in England under the coalition Government s programme for independent state funded education The opening of the school marks the end of a long campaign over several years by ASAG to redress the shortage of school places in Reading in particular West Reading where pupils of All Saints Infants School lacked continuity of education with no designated junior school to feed into Alok said I was delighted to attend the official opening of All Saints Junior School The school is a triumph for the local community which has worked so hard to make it a reality and the school provides much needed school places in Reading I look forward to seeing the school in its permanent premises at the start of the next academic year Photo Alok at the official opening with All Saints Junior School pupils

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  • All Saints Junior Free School opens
    fantastic boost for parents and children in the local area we need more school places in Reading and this school helps to fill some of the gap All the hard work of the All Saints Action Group and the local community has paid off and I pay tribute to their sheer determination to make this school a reality Alok continued The children were really enjoying their first day at their new school and I am absolutely convinced that under the leadership of Headteacher Susannah Daniel and the school s governors All Saints Juniors will flourish in the years ahead Dorothy Yuille of All Saints Action Group said It is really great to see the school finally open It has taken lots of hard work from many people including those at CfBT Education Trust and I am so happy that it has paid off Dorothy continued The next step in the process is the move to our permanent premises in August House and work will soon commence there to convert the building into a school All Saints Juniors will then be able to move there next year Photo Alok with teaching assistant Stuart Milne head teacher Susannah Daniel teacher Natalie Needham

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  • All Saints Free School Business Plan gets green light from Gove
    All Saints Action Group ASAG over the past year and been involved in meetings with the ASAG CfBT and the Department of Education as well as discussions with Ministers on this proposal Having been present at the inception of the new school s idea I am absolutely thrilled for ASAG and CfBT who have worked so hard to make the junior school a reality and I am full of admiration for the ASAG parents who have demonstrated perseverance resilience and commitment over a long twelve months Alok added The approval of the business plan for this project to create up to 120 places in the junior school is another step towards making the new school a reality and I will continue to offer this project my fullest support as it moves forward into its final exciting stage Reading needs more school places and the creation of this school will help that process Dorothy Yuille of ASAG said When the Coalition government came into power our local MP Alok Sharma supported our move to find out about the free school initiative At the same time we were introduced to CfBT an international education charity whose head office happened to be on the Queens Road in central Reading We joined forces and everyone has worked tirelessly since to create a sister school for 7 11 year olds addressing a definite solution for a specific local problem Dorothy continued We are absolutely delighted and relieved to have finally been granted our school The school will be non faith inclusive and based at the heart of our local community The funding comes directly from the Department for Education and therefore does not add pressure on Reading s school budget Dorothy concluded Alok has shown he is as committed in his support of Reading and

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  • All Saints School expansion campaign gets under way
    15 of our school children have to move school this year and we know that many junior schools are over subscribed and there is huge pressure on school places across Reading Borough All Saints has no direct feed school and it would therefore be so nice if the children could have an opportunity to continue their junior school education at All Saints and parents could avoid all the uncertainty and stress of re locating school and worrying about getting their children into their school of choice Marie added There is huge support from parents governors staff and local residents to see August House turned into school premises and we are currently putting together a formal plan to make this happen which we want to discuss with the Council There is no question that we are short of school places in Reading and we hope the Council will take seriously our proposal to create another 60 school places rather than trying to sell August House in the middle of a property slump for short term gain If local parents and residents want to demonstrate their support for our plans please join the Friends of All Saints School Reading facebook page Alok Sharma the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Reading West who is working with the school s parents and governors said I fully support this excellent initiative from the parents and governors at All Saints They are all extremely motivated to expand the school and I very much hope that Reading Borough Council will listen to their proposals with an open mind The pressure on school places in Reading Borough is not going to go away and creating another 60 places at All Saints will undoubtedly help The Council needs to demonstrate some imagination and long term thinking when they review the

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  • MP delighted by Purley bund completion
    councillors parish councillors and the local flood forum to help to deliver this flood alleviation scheme Alok Sharma said Many of my constituents in Purley have been waiting for over a decade for some form of flood alleviation scheme and now we finally have the bund We all understand that during particularly bad weather events there will continue to be a risk from flooding but talking to my constituents I know they are delighted that this scheme has finally been delivered and hopefully it will make a difference Purley District Councillor Tim Metcalfe said This is one of a series of measures that will help reduce the impact of flooding in the riverside estate We will keep a watchful eye on the efficacy of the bund and react to any shortcomings In a written update to Alok Sharma the Environment Agency has said of the bund It will reduce the water entering Wintringham Way making our pumping more effective even when the bund is overtopped Access roads will also benefit giving residents of River Gardens prolonged access to their properties and reducing impacts on local services such as postal deliveries and bin collections Photo Alok Sharma with Purley District Councillor

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