Parents say they have been ignored over crisis-hit school’s academy plan

Parents have protested about their crisis-hit Birmingham school – claiming they are having to buy stationery for their own children.

Springfield Primary School in Sparkhill has been in special measures since 2015.

Its teachers have been staging strikes for a month now over fears that plans to turn it into an academy will lead to pay cuts and redundancies.

But now parents have claimed the primary school has been letting its 630 pupils down and want to see academy plans dropped.

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