Portishead primary school set to expand
April 19 2010
North Somerset officials have approved plans for a Portishead primary school to expand in order to deal with the increasing number of pupils needing places in the town, a local news report has said.
According to the Evening Post, Trinity Primary School, which currently has 210 places, will expand to accommodate 420 students from September 2011.
North Somerset Council executive member for children and young people, councillor Jeremy Blatchford, said that there has always been an intention to expand the school which opened in September 2008 at a cost of £7.2 million.
"We always forecast we would need Trinity Primary to offer 420 places to cope with the growing number of young people as a result of the housing developments in that area of Portishead," he was quoted as saying by the publication.
In other news, seven schools in Stockton are set to share a pot of more than £10 million of funding as part of a drive to transform primary schools in the area, the Evening Gazette has reported.
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