The pinnacle trainer of a troubled academy referred to as for his personal “damaged” faculty to be closed in a letter to the federal government, it has emerged.
Peter Cox, former interim principal of Baverstock Academy, mentioned the college had “no future in its present state” and “ought to shut as rapidly as doable”.
The academy is set to close in August, regardless of a marketing campaign to reserve it.
A ultimate authorities choice over the destiny of the college, in Druids Heath, is due this summer season.
Mr Cox was interim principal of the Academy when he despatched the letter to varsities minister Lord Nash in November.
He wrote: “The academy is damaged.”
“By closing Baverstock we are able to take away the numerous jaundiced, fatigued and insufficient workers and begin once more with a brand new imaginative and prescient and goal,” the letter provides.
Mr Cox has since grow to be CEO of the LEAP Academy Belief, which runs the colleges.
The way forward for the college was plunged into uncertainty in 2015 following monetary difficulties.
Its closure was introduced regardless of a marketing campaign to reserve it and a four-week session was launched.
The Division for Training mentioned a brand new sponsor had not been discovered for the college, which has been in particular measures since 2014.
Almost 2,400 folks signed a web based petition which referred to as the college “a continuing drive of stability to the neighborhood”.
Steve McCabe, Labour MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, has backed the marketing campaign to maintain the college open and beforehand mentioned the federal government had handled the mother and father, pupils and neighborhood “with utter disregard”.
The BBC has tried to contact Mr Cox for remark.
The college has a brand new appearing head trainer.