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'Save our sixth form' Pembrokeshire protest

Hundreds of people protested outside Pembrokeshire council over plans to shake-up sixth form provision.

Secondary school reorganisation plans include replacing post-16 education with a new sixth form centre at Pembrokeshire College.

Cory Jenkins, head boy at Sir Thomas Picton School, Haverfordwest, told BBC Wales reporter Sarah Moore that pupils should have the right to choose where they study.

"Our argument is that they would not make everyone go to sixth form so why make everyone go to college," he said.

The council is to consult on its plans.

  • 05 Mar 2015
  • From the section Wales
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