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Newquay to get new school

By Warren Wilkins 19th April 2017

Newquay to get new school
Sue Martin, CEO of the Newquay Education Trust.

THE Government has given the go-ahead to build a new primary school in Newquay to alleviate the pressure on places. The Newquay Education Trust, a multi-academy trust founded by Newquay Junior and Newquay Tretherras, has received approval to open a free school for reception and infant children by September 2018. The trust has put forward...

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