Miles vows to keep raising key issues

‘Do I think it was communicated correctly originally; no I don’t think it was,’ Mr Miles said.

‘I don’t think principals were able to contribute to the policy decisions at the time, at a fast enough pace, that’s an issue.’

He said he supported the school reforms and he did not believe them to be ‘cuts’ but that staff would be moved from school to school.

‘There are two issues; one is education assistants’