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CONSULTATION BEGINS ON SCHOOLS EXPANSION


H


ertfordshire County Council is about to start consultations on proposals to expand six


schools in the local area. The proposals in the local area are to enlarge


the premises of the following schools: ● Tanners Wood JMI, Abbots Langley – to provide the school with the capacity to admit an additional 15 reception children (0.5 form of entry) each year from September 2012 ● Holywell Primary – to provide the school with the capacity to admit an additional 30 reception children (one form of entry) each year from September 2012 ● Cherry Tree Primary – to provide the school with the capacity to admit an additional 30 reception children (one form of entry) each year from September 2011 ● Beechfield Primary – to provide the school with the capacity to admit an additional 30 reception children (one form of entry) each year from September 2012 ● Cassiobury Infant and Nursery – to provide the school with the capacity to admit an


additional 30 reception children (one form of entry) each year from September 2012 ● Cassiobury JM – to provide the school with the capacity to admit an additional 30 children (one form of entry) to Year 3 from September 2013 Comments must be received by February 21.


Comp l e t e t h e o n l i n e f o rm a t www.hertsdirect.org/schoolplaces or call 01438 737350 to request a hard copy of the response form. All comments received will be considered in a report to the Education Panel on March 15, and decisions will be made at the County Council‘s Cabinet meeting on March 21.


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