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More 'super-size' schools on the horizon as birth rate soars

The birth rate in England is rising so rapidly that almost a million places for secondary school pupils will have to be created over the next decade.

To accommodate the growing demand, councils are considering creating super-sized schools that take up to 3,000 pupils.

Primary schools will also need to expand, as Branwen Jeffreys reports.

  • 15 Dec 2015
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