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First published at 00:28, Sunday, 16 March 2008
Published by http://www.whitehavennews.co.uk
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Re Students may face A level move.
Well done to the concerned parent for highlighting a very important issue.These subjects (Physics and Further Maths) are invaluable, not only for local employment (Sellafield and associated companies being one example), but also for a vast range of careers and vocations further afield. Should schools not be actively preparing students so that they are equipped to meet the needs of employers and any possible skills gaps?
It goes without saying that Cumbria would benefit greatly if 'locals' were retained to fill vacancies as they arise.
These students, like all our young people, deserve support and in the current climate can well do without having obstacles put in their way (possibly having to re-locate for two years , not knowing if or how they can study certain subjects at their current school.)
Having read The Whitehaven News, online, I have came to the conclusion the CBC have lost the plot by proposing to close the Civic Hall, Beacon and public toilets. Whitehaven wants regenerating, not closing down local amenities which is short sightedness by the CBC.
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