North & Staffs: Parents to fight school merger bid; SUTTON COLDFIELD.
The city council has decided that their joint future would be safeguarded by making Longmoor a satellite site of The Bridge.
But a number of parents at Longmoor are concerned at the move, fearing that their children may suffer. One parent, Angela Maher, is now organising a protest petition following a public meeting at the school. Angela, from Collindale Road, Kingstanding, whose seven-year-old son Scott goes to Longmoor, said: "We are going to fight this all the way because it's just about saving money." Under the plan, staff at The Bridge will manage both sites under one head teacher
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Oct 14, 2005|
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