A consultation has found very little support for a secondary school converting to an academy, according to a report.
The consultation report on proposals to convert Rushey Mead School, in Leicester, also said that those who do support the idea were “lukewarm”.
The report, which has been posted on the school’s website, said: “There is very little support for the general principle of academies or for the view that becoming an academy is necessary for Rushey Mead to maintain its current high standards.
“Although some responses are enthusiastic, much of the support for Rushey Mead becoming an academy is lukewarm.”
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Governors, who met on Monday, said they would continue to “explore options”.
The formal consultation ended on October 4, but comments are still welcomed.
Mayor Sir Peter Soulsby, was at the meeting on Monday.
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