Fair point. The Head of MFL asked me (and all the other parents) to write to the Head asking for a review of the language provision. I wrote but I don't know how many others did. My first letter to the Head was copied to the other parents that I knew about in an effort to let them know that I was working towards a better outcome for all our children. I tried to pass my letters through the school, because I do not know the other parents. I know the names of some of the children involved, but not the parents. The school refused to pass the letters on to the other parents, presumably because they feared a "revolution" so I have no way of knowing if other parents have been lobbying too. However this evening I have managed to get in touch with the parents of one other child because I realised today that this boy plays in the same football team as my son and I found I have their email address because of the round-robin communications from the football coach. I have explained to these parents how I have been lobbying the school and so far they are in support of my actions. We are all waiting to hear the outcome of the options process.