More than 1,500 school places may be needed in Sevenoaks before 2017
MORE than 1,425 additional school places (525 primary and 900 secondary) may be needed in Sevenoaks between now and 2017.
This is the estimate from Kent County Council's (KCC) new Commissioning Plan for Education Provision, which
looks at predicted birth rates and new housing over the next few years – using
information provided by the district council, health service and others.
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KCC wants to make sure there are enough high quality places available for children and young people by expanding good quality schools, securing investment in new ones and providing additional places in the areas where there is growth in numbers.
Across Kent, forecasts suggest the number of primary school-aged
pupils is expected to rise significantly from 116,600 to 127,300 over the next
few years. The secondary-aged population, while reducing between now and 2015,
will rise through the latter part of this decade, peaking to about 83,200 in
To view the draft Commissioning Plan for Education, and
submit comments by June 19, visit: www.kent.gov.uk/EducationProvision.
Feedback from this consultation will contribute towards the final version of the plan, which will be published in the autumn.