Bristol balance tips towards academies

1st July 2011 at 01:00

Bristol councillors have agreed the transfer of land and assets to nine schools proposing to become academies in the next academic year. This will bring the number of secondary academies in the city to 12, with the local authority left running just eight. Five primaries are also seeking academy status. Cabinet member for children and young people Councillor Clare Campion-Smith said: "I would want governing bodies becoming academies to consider their responsibility to the wider community and ensure continued public access to facilities."

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