A secondary school in Manchester is being given a new name - and it's not gone down too well with some parents. From January 1, Manchester Health Academy will be called Dixons Brooklands Academy.
The change is happening because the school is transferring to Dixons Academies Trust, the first one in the area to do so. The Wythenshawe school will be the third to join the trust's 'North West Hub', with its other two in Liverpool and the rest of its schools in West Yorkshire.
Some parents have told the Manchester Evening News they think the new name is 'awful' and have questioned why it includes Brooklands when the school is in Baguley. READ MORE: Parents and teachers are all worrying the same thing about January One mum, who asked not to beRead more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk