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Proposal to expand our school

Proposal to expand our school


A formal consultation process has started which may lead to more children attending Staynor Hall Community Primary Academy.

Currently, our school – which opened in 2016 – accepts 30 new starters each year and for the last two years has been oversubscribed.

If expansion plans get the go-ahead, 45 children will be accepted and additional classrooms will be built to extend the school.

A letter is being sent home today, 11 October, announcing plans for a public consultation for parents, carers and local residents, to take place between 3.30 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. on Monday 21 October in the main hall at the school.

North Yorkshire County Council has a statutory duty to ensure there are sufficient school places to accommodate all pupils of statutory school age and supports the proposal.  If it proceeds, subject to planning permission, North Yorkshire County Council will meet the costs.

Parents, carers, staff and local residents can write to the school to tell us their views, or email them to

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