Controversial plans to bring in a five-term school year in Nottingham could be scrapped.
The City Council says it's prepared to consider a new holiday pattern after talks with the teaching unions.
But as our Education Correspondent Peter Bearne reports, it may not be enough to avert further industrial action.
Plans for a five term school year in Nottingham could be scrapped, according to Nottingham City Council.
The new holiday pattern would retain the current three terms with a fixed spring break, regardless of when Easter is.
Cllr David Mellen says they believe this model will be "more acceptable to the workforce."
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