Council chiefs are looking to increase the number of places at Pudsey Greenside Primary School – and have launched a consultation for parents and local residents to have their say on the proposals.
In order to meet increasing demand for school places, it’s proposed to increase Greenside’s intake from 45 places per year to 60 places per year, with effect from September 2017.
This consultation in running until 4pm on Friday 9 October. Two drop in sessions have been held in the hall at Greenside, with another one set for
today (Tuesday) from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.
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You can also have your say by:
- Make a comment on an online discussion forum.
- By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Use the Talking Point online survey
- Comment by post: Leeds City Council, Capacity Planning and Sufficiency Team, PO Box 837, Leeds LS1 9PZ
The school dates back to Victorian times.