£294,000 earmarked for Bramley school modular classroom

Whitecote Primary School, Bramley. Photo: Google

Council chiefs have given the green light for a replacement modular building at the Whitecote Primary School in Bramley – at an estimated cost of £294,000.

A council report says the current accommodation is a modular building accommodating two-year-olds which has reached the end of its serviceable life and requires replacement. 

“The current poor condition of the modular building at Whitecote Primary School presents a longer-term health and safety risk, and without replacement the provision may no longer be able to operate,” the report says.

“Not being able to provide places for two-year-olds at Whitecote Primary School would create a shortage of places in the area.”

It’s been agreed the work will be carried out by an existing framework provider to minimise the disruption to the school. The replacement accommodation to be delivered in the summer term from September 2023.

The council report can be read in full here.


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