Surbiton’s brand new school, Lime Tree Primary School, opening in September 2012, featured this week in an ITV News report on what local authorities are doing to help meet the demand for primary school places.
Lime Tree Primary is a key part of Kingston’s long-term strategy of providing additional school places. When fully open, the two-form entry school will cater for 420 pupils, as well as 21 pupils with Special Educational Needs.
Following six weeks of consultation, the Office of the Schools’ Adjudicator recently announced that the school will be run by the Surbiton Education Health Trust, a partnership between the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, NHS Kingston, Your Healthcare and South West London Health Partnerships.
To see the ITV News story please follow the link below. You will also find a link to more information about Kingston’s Primary School Expansion Strategy.
Source - Council Website