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Posted by: John Brace | 14th July 2014

Hear what was said at the Lyndale School Closure Consultation Meeting (16th June 2014)

Hear what was said at the Lyndale School Closure Consultation Meeting (16th June 2014)

                             

Above is audio from the two hour consultation meeting during the consultation on the closure of Lyndale School

Above is audio from the two-hour consultation meeting held at the Acre Lane Professional Excellence Centre on the 16th June 2014. I’ve been writing about it on this blog, but so far have just got to over half way through the meeting. If you’d like to read what I’ve previously written about the consultation meeting, links to the various parts are below.

Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: Tom Harney “it’s amazing the things that go on” (part 8)
Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: Funding, banding and need (part 7)
Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: Kingsway, funding and hydrotherapy pools (part 6)
Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: questions about the sensory garden, resources, Elleray Park and Stanley (Part 5)
Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: questions about Stanley, Elleray, Foxfield & the educational psychologist (Part 4)
Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: questions about banding, outdoor space and Stanley School (Part 3)
Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: David Armstrong explains why there’s a consultation and questions begin (Part 2)
Lyndale School Consultation Meeting: Julia Hassall explains why Wirral Council are consulting on closure (Part 1)
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Part 6 includes the Conservative notice of motion to the Council meeting on the 14th July and a blog post I wrote earlier today titled Strange: Labour refuse to take decision on Lyndale School tonight based on abolished predetermination rule goes into detail about how Labour’s amendment will change that notice of motion if agreed.

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