Save my school

26th February 1999 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Save my school: Stacey Chapman wrote to her local authority to beg councillors not to close her school, Coleridge Community College in Cambridge, where her mother works as a caretaker. Stacey, 11, wrote to Cambridgeshire saying: "If you decide to close Coleridge, I will be losing some of the most important things in my life. I will lost a house, my mum will lose her job and I will lose my education." The council plans to close the 62-year-old school which is under-subscribed to reduce the number of surplus places in its secondaries

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