New schools could provide nearly 1,000 Leeds pupil places



New plans reveal that a primary and secondary school expansion could to cater for nearly 1,000 youngsters in a “direct response to the demand” for more pupil places in Leeds.
Wilmott Dixon Construction Ltd has applied to Leeds City Council to build the facilities along with game areas, sports pitches and more at Dixons Trinity Chapeltown in Leopold Street.
The school’s reception year opened in September, and it is hoped that the facility will be completed by 2023.
At the start of the next school year in September 2018, it plans to take in 112 Year Seven pupils and 60 new reception... read more

 
22 April 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 46
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