The structures are effectively a skeleton now compared to what they university of essex 50 års jubilæum were and we have still got fire raging in sections.".
Formerly known as The Manhood School.The ceremony welcomes new citizens into the community and celebrates the significance of becoming.Image caption Crowds of onlookers gathered as the Selsey Academy fire took hold."There are contingency plans in place to make sure the children can pick up their gcse results on Thursday and to make sure we can provide education to children when they start the school year.".The main building dates from the early 1960s.He added: "It's the only secondary school in the peninsula and it is going to be devastating to the community.Last year, 47 of gcse students gained five or more A* to C passes including English and Maths.The school was rated inadequate in an Ofsted inspection in March 2013.We have a general motoring section and a property and estate agent guides.
Chairman of governors Bill Emerson said the school was devastated.
Therefore each town has its own space on our Counties website.Selsey Academy, opened in September 2011 as part of the Kemnal Academies Trust.A major fire has reduced a secondary school in West Sussex to a skeleton.Current head teacher Tom Garfield took up his post in January 2016.Media playback is unsupported on your device.Your Local Online News, the local and national news and information site for towns and Counties in the.The fire, now under control, could be seen clearly from Selsey Football Club, which tweeted footage of the flames."But it is amazing how quickly the fire has spread.Dr Chrissie Tizzard, who lives opposite the school, said she saw "plumes and plumes udløbet af en note tilgodehavende of black smoke towering above the house, rather like an apocalypse".'Like an apocalypse people in the vicinity were advised to stay clear of the smoke, remain inside and keep their windows closed, but crowds gathered to watch the firefighting effort.
Image copyright West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service Image caption Plumes of smoke spread across the town.
Image copyright West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service Image caption Aerial pictures show the extent of the destruction at the school.