Friday, 17 January 2014

Primary schools are full, say head teachers

Two-thirds of primary head teachers say their schools are full and unable to provide any more places using current facilities, with demand particularly high in urban areas in Yorkshire and the north of England, according to a new survey.
Most head teachers want the government to solve the problem by opening more local authority-maintained schools, a position at odds with the Department for Education's official position that the only new schools must be free schools or academies

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