Temporary classes to tackle pupil rise

12th August 2011 at 01:00

Temporary new classrooms installed in Bristol primaries this week will help to provide more than 300 school places, council bosses say. There are 1,000 more reception pupils starting school in the city in September compared to four years ago. To meet this rise in demand, 19 new classrooms are being installed at 11 schools.

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