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The local MP has repeatedly called on the government to find a sponsor to rescue the school which was first plunged into uncertainty in June 2016. Despite promising to do so, and reports of a viable offer from a sponsor to take it over, the Department for Education have dragged their feet for 10 months and treated pupils, parents, teachers, staff and the local community with complete contempt.

 

 

The meeting gave the children the chance to quiz Steve on what it is like to be an MP and what skills employers look for most. Steve told the pupils how lots of employers look for transferable skills and people with a good attitude to work.

 

Steve McCabe, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Children and Families and MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, is backing the NSPCC’s new ‘Share Aware’ campaign which aims to get families talking about staying safe online.

Steve McCabe MP, Birmingham Selly Oak spent his Friday afternoon reading his favourite children’s book to a group of enthusiastic Year 4 pupils from Colmore Junior School as part of their ’secret reader’ project.

To celebrate the launch of its ‘Neighbourhood Cinema’ Project the BFI (British Film Institute) is holding an open competition to give communities the chance to win a complete cinema package for their neighborhood venue, community centre or even local pub.

Nearly 80 local residents filed into the Elim Church Centre in Exeter Road, Selly Oak, last Thursday night, for the latest round of discussions on the Katie Road NHS Walk in Centre. The saga has been ongoing for nearly 18 months now since local MP Steve McCabe discovered that the Cross City Clinical Commissioning Group and the Health and Well Being Board were engaged in discussions which cast a doubt over the future of this popular and extremely well used health facility.

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