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.
The council denies it's backing down and says it's listened to teachers. But unions say they're still unhappy at plans to shorten the summer holiday, and can't rule out further industrial action.
Councillors in Nottingham are today expected to give final approval to controversial changes to the school year in the city.
Controversial plans for a five term school year in Nottingham could be scrapped.
There's fresh hope of a breakthrough in the ongoing dispute over changes to school term times in Nottingham.