More room to allocate to new pupils at schools in Gloucester
PRIMARY schools across Gloucester are increasing the number of places from next academic year.
The decision to allocate more spaces from September 2013, came after a spike in the birth rate.
Gloucestershire County Council is funding a new classroom at the Linden Primary School so it can increase its reception class by 30 places to offer 90 school places.
This will complement the new year six class room, which was built last year to restore its capacity of 420 places.
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Widden Primary School will also increase reception places by 30 to offer 90 places by September. But no work will be needed because the school has two spare class rooms.
Jackie Hall, Gloucestershire County Council cabinet member for education and skills, said: "We need to take action to ensure that we will have enough primary school places in the areas of Gloucester where we are experiencing an increase in demand."