Leeds City Council is consulting on plans to expand Hunslet St Mary’s Primary School from one to one and a half form entry.
The plans are part of ongoing programme across the city to ensure there are enough school places for the rising population.
The proposal is to expand the school from 30 places per year to 45 places per year with effect from September 2017. This would increase the capacity of the school from 210 to 315 pupils, although it would take several years to reach full capacity.
The consultation runs to 4pm Friday 20 May 2016. Drop in events at the school on Church Street will be held on:
- Friday 29 April 8:30-10am
- Wednesday 4 May 3:30-5pm
- Thursday 19 May 3:15-4:30pm
Further information on the proposal can be found in the consultation booklet here: www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Consultation%20booklet%20Hunslet%20St%20Mary’s%20Primary.pdf.
You can contribute via the online survey here: consult.leeds.gov.uk/KMS/elab.aspx?noip=1&CampaignId=1008&SessionId=H8SUWY5GDX