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Parents and local Councillors, who have been campaigning to save Culverhay school, have welcomed news that the Council’s decision-making process has come to an end.
Councillor Dine Romero (Liberal Democrat, Southdown), who has been a leading campaigner for Culverhay to be saved and become a co-educational school, explains:
“One of the first actions of the new Lib Dem administration was to set the wheels in motion to reverse the Conservatives’ decision to close Culverhay. It has taken several months to work through the various stages of the statutory process, but the last hurdle has now been cleared.
by Dine Romero
The Liberal Democrat Cabinet revoked the closure notice on Culverhay this week on a motion moved by Cllr Hartley and seconded by Cllr Crossley. The next day we got confirmation that the secretary of state for education Michael Gove MP.
by Jon Hubbard
The open evening at Culverhay tonight was really buzzing. The Cabot Learning Foundation chief exec, David Carter, also gave a presentation on his ambition for the new school and his determination to get the school co-ed by September 2012. After.