A DEPUTY head teacher who was overlooked for the top job at La Moye School is satisfied that the correct procedures were followed.
At a meeting with St Brelade Deputies Sean Power and Montfort Tadier, Mark de Luca said that he believed that a ‘proper and open process had been carried out’.
Last week a petition was given to the Education Minister, James Reed, signed by almost 200 parents. It protested against the fact that Jacqueline Bell-Cook, who has been head at Melbourn Primary School in Hertfordshire since September, was chosen for the job above Mr de Luca, who has been acting head at La Moye since last summer.
After being contacted by a number of parents, the two Deputies spoke to Deputy Reed on Tuesday and Mr de Luca on Wednesday. According to Deputy Tadier, both men said that they were satisfied that the correct procedures had been followed.