Tuesday, 28 December 2010
Saturday, 18 December 2010
Part of this is reproduced below
Highways and Car Parks
All the main roads are passable with care and the CCTV pictures in Bath show that drivers are coping with the conditions. However conditions on side roads, minor roads and untreated surfaces such as footways and footpaths are particularly difficult. We would urge all pedestrians and drivers to exercise due care in these conditions.
Wednesday, 15 December 2010
Formal Consultation on Opening a Sixth Form at St Gregory’s: 6 Dec 2010 – 10 Jan 2011
In September 2009, the governing body of St Gregory’s conducted a consultation on a proposal to open a sixth form. The proposal was prompted by parental demand and Government policy which encouraged outstanding schools to expand and spread their ethos by opening sixth forms. A comprehensive consultation exercise was carried out between 1 September and 21 October 2009. A summary of the evidence from the consultation was presented to the governing body on 5 November 2009. There was clear support for the proposal from parents, staff, students, primary partners and the local authority. The Trustees of Clifton Diocese welcomed the consultation process and recognised that large numbers of students in the Diocese do not access any kind of Catholic Christian provision post-16. The governing body voted unanimously to proceed with the proposal. (The original consultation document and a summary of the evidence presented to governors can be found on the College website www.st-gregorys.bathnes.sch.uk under Sixth Form Consultation).
Monday, 13 December 2010
Tuesday, 7 December 2010
Monday, 6 December 2010
Steve and Nigel Have signed a request for the Conservative Cabinet to re-consider their decision to close Culverhay School
"The Conservative Executive has yet again come to a badly flawed decision on Culverhay. The fault lies entirely with the way they have handled the secondary school review consultation process from the start.