A Bristol school named after a slave trader has announced it will not change its name.
Colston's Girls' School says "it would not be appropriate to rename the school" to remove associations with Edward Colston.
Last month Colston's announced it would be removing references to its benefactor from the annual commemoration ceremony.
But in a statement the school has said the name will remain the same.
"We have considered this suggestion and we have listened carefully to views on both sides.
"There is no doubt that Colston’s Girls’ School exists today as an outstanding school for girls, nationally known for its academic excellence and well respected for its inclusivity and diversity - because of the financial endowment given by Edward Colston, but we see no benefit in denying the school’s financial origin and obscuring history itself.
You can read the full statement on the school's website.
Colston's Girls' School is not the first Bristol institution to consider severing ties with Edward Colston.
Earlier this year Bristol Music Trust announced that the Colston Hall music venue will be renamed.