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College stages crisis meeting

By Warren Wilkins 20th September 2017

College stages crisis meeting
Parents arrive at Thursday evening´s meeting at Treviglas Collage.

HUNDREDS of parents attended a crisis meeting at a Newquay school on Thursday evening following its ‘Inadequate’ Ofsted report. People poured into Treviglas Community College to hear how the leadership team plans to improve the learning standards at the secondary school. Parents and carers were vocal in their support for the...

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