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Evening Post: Temporary buildings solution for primary school places shortage

Bristol Evening Post: February 23

Temporary classrooms could be put in up to eight central Bristol schools in an effort to resolve the primary places crisis.

More than 300 families in the city are still waiting to hear where their four-year-olds will go in September.

Now cabinet councillor for children Peter Hammond has revealed that further talks will be held this week about the possibility of putting on extra reception classes for September.

The council admits it could have avoided a lot of the anger and anxiety caused to parents if it had concluded some of these discussions earlier.

Read the full article here.

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