A proposal to expand Allerton Grange School from 240 places in Year 7 to 300 from September 2021.
The Consultation is now open on this proposal until 4pm on 3 December
The proposal is to permanently expand Allerton Grange School. The proposal is to increase the current number of places in Year 7 from 240 (8FE) to 300 (10FE) from September 2021. The total number of students in the school would then increase year on year.
Demand for secondary school places in the Roundhay/Moortown area has been increasing in recent years and is projected to continue doing so over the next few years. Therefore, Leeds City Council needs to create some additional school places in this area to meet all future projected demand.
Your views will help the Council decide whether or not to increase the number of places available at Allerton Grange School from 2021 so it’s important that you share your thoughts with us now before a decision is taken.
Come along to find out more
We are holding two community drop-in sessions which are open to the public. These sessions are very informal — please feel free to attend whenever you like, at either session, between the times shown below.
Council officers and a member of the school’s leadership team will be available to answer questions and discuss any thoughts you might have about the proposal.
Both drop–in sessions will be held at Allerton Grange School, Talbot Avenue, Leeds, LS17 6SF
19th November 2019 Between 3:30pm and 5:00pm
26th November 2019 Between 4:30pm and 7:00pm
If you cannot attend a drop in session you can still have your views heard on the proposal by completing our online survey, available at the following webpage:
If you have any questions about this proposal, or if you would prefer to email us your views, please contact the Sufficiency and Participation team via