The Iraqi Free School was plunged into chaos only months after receiving a "Good" inspection report from Ofsted. Dozens of teachers belonging to the ISIS union have unilaterally declared the existence of a new school in second biggest classroom. Parents are being forced to decide whether to continue to allow their children to be taught in the breakaway building, or whether to attempt to escape to the sports hall near the Southern playground.
Head Teacher Nouri Maliki has tried to assure parents that the school was doing all it could to settle this union dispute, but Ofsted have already suggested they may need to return to the Free School soon. Oftsed Inspector Kerry had said that Mr Maliki must do even more or else Oftsed may be forced to implement an ongoing regime of inspections.
There are also reports that some teachers in the Kurdish union have taken residence of the small porter cabins on the North of the site, where they are implementing an alternative curriculum for interested parents and children.