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July 10th, 2011 at 9:51 pm

School puts free plans on hold

School puts free plans on hold

Published on Friday 8 July 2011 06:00


A NORTH Northumberland private school has put its plans to become the North East’s first Free School on hold.


In Feburary, the Gazette reported that Rock Hall School, near Alnwick, had submitted an initial proposal with the goal of becoming a Free School.

Free Schools, part of Michael Gove’s education policy, are all-ability, state-funded schools set up in response to parental demand.

They have control over their own budget and freedom to set pay and conditions for teachers and from the National Curriculum.

Now the school has decided they are not going to proceed with the plans at the moment read more  bit.ly/qZ19DB

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