I am a headteacher of a challenging primary school (SEND, PPG, EAL, TGR all above national). Things are generally going very well (now!) and I am three years into headship. However, the school's results are rubbish (below floor) and are likely to be the same again next year. None of the classes are full and we have high mobility. My problem is a local headteacher keeps telling parents of children with SEND to come to my school. She tells them she is a 'data driven head', her school 'can't meet their child's needs' and children are 'over stimulated' in her school. She then specifically recommends they come to my school. This has happened lots of times. This means the level of need in my school goes up and up. How should I deal with this? Advice greatly appreciated.