01 DEC 2016

Joint Statement from Jack Lopresti MP and Luke Hall MP

Jack Lopresti MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke and Luke Hall MP for Thornbury and Yate's joint statement in relation to parents and pupils concerns over the process of finding new sponsor arrangements for both Winterbourne Academy and Yate International Academy.

"Yesterday we met with the Secretary of State for Education, The Rt Hon Justine Greening MP, to bring to her attention the concerns of our constituents who are parents, pupils and teachers at Winterbourne Academy and Yate International Academy. The Secretary of State noted our concerns. We are also planning to meet with the Regional Schools Commissioner, Rebecca Clark, as soon as we can."

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