Redland Green School is expanding to create 135 extra places as part of the Integrated Education Capital Strategy, which aims to answer demand in Bristol over the next few years.

The new buildings will allow for 27 extra pupils a year for the next five years. “Demand is increasing, so it’s important we act now to stay ahead of the curve,” said Paul Jacobs at Bristol City Council. “We’re committed to improving learning opportunities and working with partners to create high quality environments which inspire pupils.” The council hopes to provide 10,000 additional places by 2017.

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