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East Midland schools to lose their funding.

East Midland schools to lose their funding.

Four schools in the east midlands have been warned they face losing their funding and being rebrokered to new sponsors.

The Department for Education has today published four “minded to terminate” letters to sponsors of schools in Derbyshire and Leicestershire. The letters were sent to the trusts on September 6, but went unpublished for more than two months.

Hope Valley College in DerbyshireHinckley Academy and John Cleveland Sixth Form Centre in LeicestershireBrookfield Academy Trust in Derbyshire and Stafford Leys Community Primary School in Leicester all received letters from John Edwards, regional schools commissioner for the east midlands and the Humber.

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