Governors agree to Chirk school's merger

Oct 11, 2011 Full story: Border Counties Advertizer

The boards from both Chirk Infants and Ceiriog Junior schools have revealed they are happy with the planning amalgamation, which would see the two sites run under one headship and with one governing body.

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cherry chopstick

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#1 Nov 6, 2011
This is is yet another mistake Wrexham Council are on the verge of making my children all went to both schools a nice balance with each site having over 100 children - but with the proposed restructuring / amalgamation not only will they loose some outstanding teachers but the school will be in a capacity to have up to 400 children , I wouldn't even of considered a school of this size any one who shares my concerns will just look elsewhere and lets face it there are options pentre pontfadog fron ???

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