Tom and councillors at Bramhall High

Rebuild Bramhall High School

Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Cheadle, Tom Morrison, has launched a petition calling on the government to add Bramhall High School to the government's school rebuilding programme. 

This follows the sudden closure of the school last month as a result of RAAC having been found on the premises and the risks that were posed to students and staff. Hundreds of students are now being taught in temporary cabins on site. It is one of 14 schools to have been affected across the Greater Manchester region.

"It is unacceptable that we cannot guarantee local people a safe enviornment for their children to learn. The school was built in the 60s and therefore any RAAC used in the construction of school building is potentially 30 years past its original lifespan" said Tom.

"Myself and local councillors are calling on the government to immediately place Bramhall High in the School Rebuilding Programme. Every person who signs our petition will be an additional voice in calling for action and ensuring local children have the facilities they deserve to help them achieve their potential."

Sign the petition below -


Rebuild Bramhall High School

I/we the undersigned call upon the Department for Education to place Bramhall High School on the School Rebuilding Programme.

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