Opt-out rejected

2nd June 1995 at 01:00
Barbara Priestman, a Sunderland school for physically handicapped children, has become the first special school to vote against adopting grant-maintained status.

The school, for 147 pupils aged three to 19, voted 64 per cent against opting out on a turn-out of 85 per cent of the parents.

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