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In January 2009, Huyton secondary Christ the King was the first of seven new secondaries 

Labelled “centres for learning” by the local authority 

to open in a £157m revamp.

Education chiefs hailed the joint Church of England / Catholic school as “the beginning of our journey to make Knowsley the best place to be educated”.


But just over four years on the school is set to close with Knowsley Council announcing it intends to consign it to history at the end of August.

This decision by councillors, needs  to be discussed with the actual people of the community who are affected by this proposed closure , is the cost of re housing the tenants who had to be moved out and the £ 157 million cost  of building to be just wiped out as lost revenue, ? In the recession we are in now , is that even acceptable ? Why should pupils be at risk of having to travel out the area to other schools when they already have a state of the art school on their doorstep, 

PLEASE SIGN  & HELP SAVE CHRIST THE KING . 


 Read more: Liverpool Echo http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news/2013/04/19/exclusive-157m-flagship-christ-the-king-school-to-close-within-months-100252-33204544/#ixzz2QzvBoLPS

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