Council refuse to say what plans are in place if Rudolf Steiner School closes in Kings Langley

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Rudolf Steiner School had 334 students on the roll at the last Ofsted inspection – but council bosses have remained tight-lipped on what will happen if the school does close.

Last week the Gazette asked how many spaces were available at neighbouring state schools, how parents can apply for 
those schools, and what 
information Rudolf 
Steiner had requested for parents on this topic.

But Herts County 
Council, which oversees local education, declined to answer these questions.

Education portfolio holder Cllr Terry Douris said: “If the school decides to close we will assist in finding alternative school places for those who need one.”