ATL says it is disappointed that school could close

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THE Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) has expressed sadness that a Fareham school could be facing closure.

As reported in The News, Wykeham House School has confirmed that it has only secured funds to remain open until the end of December.

Caryn Symons, ATL regional official for Hampshire, said: ‘We are sad to see the proposed closure of the school, and sad for the staff, young people and parents affected. ATL will be working closely with members to ensure they receive all due entitlements and any support they may need.’

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