COUNCILLORS will rule this week on proposed changes to special education in Huddersfield.
Officers have drawn up a plan to cut the number of places for pupils with hearing problems at Newsome High School from 20 to 12. The number of places for children with visual impairment at Moor End Academy in Crosland Moor would rise from 10 to 12.
The council’s Labour Cabinet will decide on the changes at its meeting at Huddersfield Town Hall from 4pm on Wednesday.
The changes are due to be introduced in September.