Star – Additional needs centres at Suffolk primary schools could be shut down

Parents have expressed anger at proposals to shut eight school centres for pupils with additional needs.

More than 800 people have signed a petition calling for the “specialist support centres” to be saved – but Suffolk County Council, which runs them, says nothing has yet been decided.

The proposal for the centres, which cost £1.4million a year to run, comes at a time when the council is looking to save or “redeploy” almost £3.8m of funding for “high needs” students.

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