City heads bid to run their own free school

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PRESTON’S headteachers are seeking government approval for plans to set up their own free school.

District six heads, working with Preston’s College, have submitted an application to the Department for Education for a new alternative provision school for 70 students.

If it gets the green light, the school will open in September 2015. and cater for secondary school-aged pupils identified as “not thriving” within their mainstream schools.


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