• Ex-private school director ‘unable’ to repay £150k loan

    The director of a private school that went bust had an “overdrawn” £150,000 loan when it collapsed, an investigation by auditors has found. But despite the Henriette Le Forestier Schools company owing creditors more than £900,000 – including £231,000 to former employees – just £30,000 will be recouped from the loan. Henriette Le Forestier Schools,

    17.00 Jun. 5th, 2020 | News

  • Lilac Sky investigation report STILL not published

    The Department for Education has failed to meet its own pledge to publish a long-awaited investigation report into a defunct academy trust. The nine-school Lilac Sky Schools Academy Trust (LSSAT) shut in 2017 amid a government investigation into allegations of financial malpractice. Publishing findings is an important part of this and our aim is to

    7.00 Sep. 14th, 2019 | News