Hundreds of new secondary school classrooms need to cope with pupil roll

Hundreds of new secondary school classrooms need to cope with pupil roll
 

More than 500 extra secondary school classrooms will be needed in Scotland by 2020, according to a public sector research group.
A report on the challenges facing the secondary school system across the UK revealed that Scotland’s secondary pupil numbers will rise by almost six per cent by 2020.
This means that approximately 15,800 additional pupils will enter the secondary school system requiring the equivalent of 527 new classrooms.
The ‘Secondary School Places Challenge’ from Scape Group, the public sector procurement specialist, also showed Edinburgh City Council and Glasgow City Council... read more

 
14 December 2017 in Politics, Views: 51
Source: Scotsman
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