The ongoing investigation at Exeter's Deaf Academy has been concluded by Devon County Council (DCC), but police enquiries are still continuing.
Both the school and DCC have told the Echo they won't disclose what the recommendations are until they have been disclosed to parents who have been invited to a meeting at the school next Friday, October 7, at 1.30pm.
The school in Topsham Road, has been under the scrutiny of the police, the Department of Education (DfE) and Devon County Council since July following concerns raised about some aspects of its provision. Three members of staff were believed to have been suspended when the investigation was launched.
A letter has been sent to parents informing them about the meeting where they also get a chance to learn about the work being done to ensure the academy is a safer place for students to learn and to live. At the meeting, parents will hear about the relocation plans to move to a new campus in Exmouth in 2018.