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School told to improve its financial position.

School told to improve its financial position.

A school at the centre of a row over plans to close its sixth form has been issued with a notice to improve its financial position.

The Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has written to Bradfield School, Sheffield, saying its finances are "poor and worsening".

The letter comes after staff and pupils staged a strike over the proposed closure of the sixth form.

The BBC has contacted the school for a comment.

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The letter says the school is in breach of its funding agreement and the Academies Financial Handbook after failing to submit audited financial statements for 2017/18.

 

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