Woodard Corporation


Stunning debt figures revealed

Following on from the last article, we are now digesting the information obtained from the leaked information. The school’s parlous financial state was revealed upon closure when it said borrowings were piling up and that it was making losses that could not be sustained, this is despite the school allowing £393,000 of school fee debts Read More…

Abbots Bromley school
Closure Announcement Woodard Corporation

Time to settle up Abbots Bromley School

Many parents have expressed severe concern regarding the ongoing issues with regard to invoices, many parents are being overcharged or charged for services already paid. There is also the significant concern regarding the repayment of deposits owed to parents, it is important to note that Simon James (Governor) first committed to repaying all deposits at Read More…

Richard Morse deal outline
Governors School Future Woodard Corporation

The offer made to Woodard

Following the publication of the terms offered to the Parent group we are proud to confirm that against all odds we have managed to meet the terms set out to us by Woodard. The offer proposed to Woodard was sent to Woodard as follows: This followed with additional follow up messages Woodard have offered us Read More…

School Future Woodard Corporation

Parent group update 28/08/19

The potential investors were welcomed by Mr Udy yesterday afternoon and toured  the school . We have heard that this was a successful viewing and the investors left satisfied, although some of the delegation who have visited before were saddened by the change in the school since their last visit. There have been two subsequent  meetings since the viewing Read More…

Woodard abbots bromley school
Governors School Future Woodard Corporation

Offer of mediation

Over recent days tensions have been raised between the existing governing body and the parent group but we must not allow that to influence the outcome of reopening Abbots Bromley School. Following a meeting yesterday evening we have now concluded that the next step forward is to formally request that an independent person who serves Read More…