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School places set to increase in Bramley and Pudsey

Plans to increase the number of places at schools in Bramley and Pudsey are set to move a step closer to reality today.

Councillors sitting on the council’s powerful executive board are set to progress plans to expand the number of admission places at Bramley Primary School from 40 to 60 from September 2017.

The proposals also include creating places for children with special educational needs at the site.

Councillors are expected to approve the publication of a Statutory Notice to expand primary provision at Bramley Primary School from a capacity of 280 pupils to 420. The notice period will give parents and local residents another chance to comment on the proposals.

You can read the council report in full here.

Meanwhile, councillors are expected to approve the expansion of Pudsey Greenside School from 315 to 420 pupils following the completion of the Statutory Notice period. The increase in camapcity will come in from September 2017 in a bid to meet increased demand for places.

Check out the report in full here.

The executive board starts at 1pm at Leeds Civic Hall today.


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