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Public meetings on Harington School legal terms




From left, Catmose College principal Stuart Williams, Oakham School headteacher Nigel Lashbrook and Uppingham Community College principal Jan Turner. EMN-140317-155141001
From left, Catmose College principal Stuart Williams, Oakham School headteacher Nigel Lashbrook and Uppingham Community College principal Jan Turner. EMN-140317-155141001

The people behind a new sixthform college have launched a consultation into its legal terms and conditions.

Harington School will open in Rutland in September. The joint project between Catmose College, Oakham School and Uppingham Community College is likely to be in Oakham.

Two public meetings will be held so people can hear more about the school’s conditions and give their views. They will be at Catmose College at 6pm on January 21, and at Uppingham Community College at 6pm on January 22. People can also fill in a questionnaire at www.haringtonschool.com.

Applications are open for pupils currently in Year 11.



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