|This article is the subject of a request emailed to the Wikimedia OTRS Team.
Issues identified are: School converted to not-for-profit subsequent to ruling brought in the former ref#1. Letter from school attached to ticket.
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I have edited this page to remove the material (a majority of the article) that was simply copied from the Gulliver brochure. It's now much more objective. ADeadSmitty 16:29, 29 December 2006 (UTC)
This article is taken word-for-word from Gulliver's website. See http://www.gulliverschools.org. As such, it constitutes an advertisement, not a neutral source of information. It should be either comprehensively revised or entirely rewritten.ADeadSmitty 03:02, 26 December 2006 (UTC)
I have removed material from this article that does not comply with our policy on the biographies of living persons. Biographical material must always be referenced from reliable sources, particularly negative material. Negative material that does not comply with that must be immediately removed. Note that the removal does not imply that the information is either true or false.
Please do not reinsert this material unless you can provide reliable citations, and can ensure it is written in a neutral tone. Please review the relevant policies before editing in this regard. Editors should note that failure to follow this policy may result in the removal of editing privileges.--Docg 17:44, 3 November 2006 (UTC)
This article must be rewritten. It does not cite sources and is not in a neutral point of view. As an alumnus I do to believe I am credible for the job but this must be fixed. Samafito 22:56, 1 May 2007 (UTC)
Advertising and promotional language
This article contains language which is the school's opinion of their own product, such as "Gulliver Schools prepares students for future success" and claims to various programmes being "prestigious". Wikipedia is not a venue for posting opinions, touting products and services for sale or advertising. This promotional language is a clear violation of encyclopaedic style and of the requirement for neutrality. I've flagged the page as advertising. Evidently the problems have been ongoing for years now. K7L (talk) 04:48, 1 March 2014 (UTC)