A school in Essex is fighting for its future, as the local authority decides whether it can afford to keep it open. Deanes School near Southend has been threatened with closure because of falling admissions, despite getting a good rating from Ofsted.
Now parents and teachers are coming together to oppose the plans. They are afraid pupils' education will suffer if they are moved. Here's Serena Sandhu's report:
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