News

  • 'An Extra 34,000 school places needed in west London in the next decade'

    30 November 2015

    A report published by the GLA predicts Hounslow will see the greatest demand for secondary school places out of the west London boroughs.

  • LBH Planning officers recommend the Nishkam School Plan to the Planning Committee

    27 November 2015

    We are delighted to hear that the Planning officers have recommended the New School Plan to the Planning Committee. The Committee meets on 3rd Dec to decide if the plan will be approved, you can learn more here.

  • GOO Meets Steven Curran and David Brockie

    03 November 2015

    Members of GOO are grateful for the recent meeting with the leader of the Council Steve Curran and the Senior Education Adviser, David Brockie.  A positive discussion left both the residents and parents attending reassured. We thank both Steve and  David for their time knowing how incredibly busy they are with trying to fulfil the Council's statutory responsibility in securing the additional  10,000 plus primary and secondary school places required in Hounslow within the next few years

  • GOO meets Ruth Cadbury MP Brentford and Isleworth

    16 October 2015

    We are grateful to Ruth Cadbury MP for providing over 40 of us some time in her busy schedule to meet and discuss the issues surrounding the school's move to the new site on Syon Lane. Read the full article

  • GOO members meet the local councillors

    12 October 2015

    Thirty members of 'Give Osterley Opportunity' the local residents group supporting Nishkam School met with local Council representatives, members Sheila O'Reilly, Peter De Vic Carey, Tony Louki, on Thursday 8th October at the Council Offices. Previously the group have organised 1842 letters of support now been received by the council. 46% of these letters are from residents within a mile of the site. Read the full article

  • Eternal Gratitude

    13 September 2015

    We are really grateful to all the volunteers of GOO who have been undertaking the door-to-door campaign. We are now up to 1500 letters of support, which have been acknowledged by the council.

    We thank all of you for the support you've been giving us despite the usual attempts by others to smear this campaign. We know our genuine cause to be able to support the desperate need for school places has struck a cord with all of you. Thank you for your continued support.

  • Press Release September 2015

    07 September 2015

    Residents of Osterley have banded together to support the development of new schools in Hounslow, such as the Nishkam School, HIP School, Floreat School and Green School for Boys. Read the full press release