Consultation on opening new Secondary provision on land south of Seacroft Hospital to open September 2018

The consultation on the principle of opening new secondary provision on land to the south of the Seacroft Hospital site has now closed-many thanks for commenting or responding to the survey. To preserve the integrity of the thread no further comments will now be approved although you can still read the consultation document via the link below. An update on these proposals will be posted in due course.

 

Our projections for secondary schools in the Inner East and Inner North East of the city indicate that an additional 200 year 7 places will be needed by 2016 rising to 375 by 2018.

We recently consulted on the proposal to expand secondary provision at Roundhay School by 50 places per year group from 2017. Based on projections we believe that in this area there will still be a significant shortfall of places and we are considering a range of options. At a recent stakeholder event there was support for the proposal to open a new secondary provision on part of the former Seacroft Hospital site. This would be opened for children aged 11-16 and would offer 180 places per year group

We are now seeking your views on the principle of opening new secondary provision on land to the south of the Seacroft Hospital site. You can find out more information from our consultation document Consultation to open secondary provision on land south of Seacroft Hospital

You may leave a comment by clicking the ‘leave a comment’ button at the bottom of the page. If you wish to respond more formally, please click on the link here to take our survey.

You can contribute to this part of the discussion until Friday 29 May.

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3 Comments

  1. Absolutly fantastic idea there is a massive short fall of secondary schools in this area and the ones that are are not very publicly recommended and don’t see why we should have to send our children to the likes off boston spa and wetherby which are miles away from where we live .

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