Dagenham school in line for �650,000 emergency boost
Dagenham Park School is to receive an emergency cash injection of more than half a million pounds.
Barking and Dagenham cabinet yesterday approved the �650,000 to �create extra learning space at the CoE secondary being rebuilt under the Building Schools for the �Future �programme.
The council would not say how it would affect the school as information was commercially sensitive.
The plan is highlighted in a new cabinet report dated June 14.
A council spokeswoman said: “The report relates to the business and financial affairs of a third party and as such we will not be able to comment at this point in time.”
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Dad-of-two Ian Wall, 40, lodged a complaint to the Ombudsman about a �perceived lack of consultation on the plans.
He maintains the new �secondary in School Road will destroy the privacy of more than a dozen families.
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Mr Wall, of School Road, said: “We have not had notification of the extra space either. This is yet more news to me.
“It shouldn’t be confidential.”