White British children have been effectively ethnically cleansed from most schools in greater London, Birmingham, Manchester, and parts of South Yorkshire and East Lancashire, with no less than 1,755 institutions—or one out of nine schools across the country—now having majority “non-English speaking pupils.”
While some of these “non-English speaking pupils” might be of Eastern European extraction, the vast majority are from the Third World, as a sampling of one of the now overrun schools reveals.
According to official statistics released by the UK government’s Department of Education, the Maidenhall primary school in Luton, just to the north of London, boasts a total of 98.9 percent of pupils who do not speak English as their first language.
According to the report, children at that school speak no fewer than 14 different languages, including Pahari, Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi, Somali, Hindi, Gujarati, Tamil, Arabic, and Pashto. A small smattering speak Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Head teacher at that school, Yasmine Dhillon, was quoted by media as saying that “Some of them have never seen the written word. At home the parents may not have any books, and when they come to us some of them only have words or phrases in English.”
The “Top Twenty” overrun schools, as identified by the Department of Education, provide a good indication of the regions of Britain affected:
1. Sacred Heart Primary School, Sandwell, Birmingham: 99% non-English-speaking.
2. Field Lane Junior Infant and Nursery School, Kirklees, Yorkshire: 98.9% non-English-speaking.
3. Maidenhall Primary School, Luton: 98.9 non-English-speaking.
4. Ashfield Valley Primary School, Rochdale, Greater Manchester: 98.8% non-English-speaking.
5. Purlwell Infant and Nursery School, Kirklees, Yorkshire: 98.8% non-English-speaking.
6. Guru Nanak Academy, Hillingdon, Greater London: 98.7% non-English-speaking.
7. Redlands Primary School, Tower Hamlets, London: 98.6% non-English-speaking.
8. Keighley St Andrew’s CofE Primary School and Nursery, Bradford, Yorkshire: 98.6% non-English-speaking.
9. Heybrook Primary School, Rochdale, Greater Manchester: 98.5% non-English-speaking.
10. Lomeshaye Junior School, Lancashire: 98.5% non-English-speaking.
11. Altmore Infant School, Newham, London: 98.3% non-English-speaking.
12. St Philip’s CofE Primary School, Bradford, Yorkshire: 98.3% non-English-speaking.
13. Denbigh Primary School, Luton: 98.1% non-English-speaking.
14. Bradford Moor Community Primary School, Bradford, Yorkshire: 97.8% non-English-speaking.
15. Manorfield Infant and Nursery School, Kirklees, Yorkshire: 97.8% non-English-speaking.
16. Khalsa Primary School, Slough, Greater London: 97.8% non-English-speaking.
17. Montgomery Primary Academy, Birmingham: 97.7% non-English-speaking.
18. Savile Town Church of England Voluntary Controlled Infant and Nursery School, Kirklees, Yorkshire: 97.6% non-English-speaking.
19. Hyrstmount Junior School, Kirklees, Yorkshire: 97.6% non-English-speaking.
20. Springfield Primary School, Birmingham: 97.6% non-English-speaking.
In more than 200 schools, more than 90 percent of pupils do not speak English as their mother tongue—around 1.1 million children.
These figures do not include the children of already settled Third World immigrants, who are classed as “English-speaking,” so the actual total of nonwhite British pupils for the entire country is even less than what the official figures say.
Some 968 of the 1,755 schools are in London, 290 are in the greater Birmingham area, 172 are in the Greater Manchester/Lancashire area, and 162 are in the southern part of Yorkshire.