In a Westminster Hall debate discussing funding for small and village schools. Huw spoke about the recent proposal to close Broad Oak Primary School. This threat is due to a lack of pupils that attend.
Huw highlighted that “small schools are good schools” and are often the heart of the community providing a vital role – particularly for children with special educational needs.
The Minister committed to working with Huw to help residents deliver a good case to save the school.
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The Minister assured those attending the debate that the Government has a presumption against the closure of rural schools.
Watch his comments here: