MEETINGS involving staff and unions at Colne Valley High School are taking place to thrash out problems involving the management of the school.
But those involved remained tight-lipped on the outcome of meetings held so far.
Problems came to a head at the Linthwaite school just before half- term, with members of teaching union the NASUWT and Unison, some of whose members work as support staff at the school.
They held a meeting, in the middle of an Ofsted inspection, which was not welcomed by the chairman of governors, Janet Jobber.
She said at the time that the school could not accommodate a meeting on the date requested, because the Ofsted team was working in the school.
Now a second meeting has taken place. Mr Mike Forster, of Unison, said he could not comment.
"We hope that discussions will continue," he said.
Mrs Jobber said that she understood a meeting was held at the Deighton Centre yesterday between members of the NASUWT and Unison.
T he governors met NASUWT officials on Wednesday.
Head teacher Linda Wright, Mrs Jobber, local education authority and Unison representatives met yesterday.
"Unison wants to discuss an issue that has been going on for a while. We talked about this meeting last July. I asked them to get back to me about it in September. They didn't come to me until January," said Mrs Jobber.
"The governors have said repeatedly that they will deal with specific issues that are raised. We will continue to try to deal with any matters amicably."