Brian Isaacs

Concerns of principals and teachers are ignored – Najaar

While pleas from the community for the reinstatement of suspended principal Brian Isaacs continues, the South Peninsula High principal may now face dismissal by the Western Cape Education Department (WCED). As a result, the manner in which the WCED has approached the matter has raised concerns about the treatment of principals[…]

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March calls for suspended SP principal to be reinstated

The call to have suspended South Peninsula principle, Brian Isaacs, reinstated was intensified earlier this week as supporters of the campaign took to the street of the CBD and marched to the Legislature to handover a memorandum. Isaacs was suspended earlier this year on charges of misconduct. Director of Communication[…]

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WCED respond to Policy on expulsion of pupils

The Western Cape Education Department’s (WCED) recent suspension of South Peninsula’s High’s Principal, Brian Isaacs, has hastened both, supporters of Isaacs, as well as parents advocating his suspension, to gain clarity on the policies relating to the expulsion of learners. Director of communication for the Western Cape Education Department, Paddy[…]

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WCED should review its policy on recalcitrant pupils

The recent suspension of South Peninsula’s High’s Principal, Brian Isaacs, has become burdensome for the educational system and the Western Cape Education department (WCED), specifically with regards to the policy of the expulsion of pupils. In response to the case, many educators have requested clarity on the impact of the[…]

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Public meeting called in support of Brian Isaacs

A campaign to have an outspoken school principal reinstated in his position is growing in momentum and a public meeting has been called for Tuesday evening to lobby for community support. The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) has suspended South Peninsula High School principal Brian Isaacs, after he was charged[…]

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‘ANA’s shouldn’t be written’: PPA

Students need to be adequately prepared to undertake the Annual National Assessments (ANAs), and the tests should not simply be used for promotional purposes. That was the view of one of Cape Town’s most vocal educators, Brian Isaacs, a member of the Progressive Principals Association (PPA). The ANA’s has been[…]

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