Hammersmith & Fulham today ‘revoked’ the proposal to close Sulivan School and demolish the site for a free school.

This week Hammersmith and Fulham council announced that it would review the decision to close Sulivan school. The school had been noted only last December for its outstanding work and given an award by Boris Johnson, only to be told it was closing and the land being given to a secondary free school.  The school applied to be an academy in a bid to stop its closure. However  the government, usually keen to allow schools to choose academy status, rejected the bid.
The council election was heavily influenced by the issue and one of the first moves for the new administration, has been yesterday’s decision to look again at the plans. Local NUT officer, Dennis Charman said “Instead of the Tory Council closing down Sulivan, the impact of Sulivan closed down the Tories.”


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