BBC – Suffolk special support centres: Apology over ‘closures’ letter

An apology has been made after a document about the closure of centres for children with learning difficulties was mistakenly sent to parents.

Suffolk County Council has been reviewing the future of seven special support centres (SSCs) attached to mainstream primary schools.

Parents opposed to the closures said the document did not explain what alternative provision could be made.

The council said closure was one of several options.

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