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What would you do with Yarmouth schools?

PUBLISHED: 12:09 25 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:24 03 July 2010

Parents can have their say on how they think schools should develop over the next 15 years at a drop in session at The King's Centre, Queen Annes Road, Southtown, on November 16 from 2pm to 6pm.

Parents can have their say on how they think schools should develop over the next 15 years at a drop in session at The King's Centre, Queen Annes Road, Southtown, on November 16 from 2pm to 6pm.

The consultation is in response to Government plans to plans to remodel, refurbish or rebuild schools through the Government's Primary Capital Programme and Buildings Schools for the Future

A county hall spokesman said: “We know that the landscape of schools in Norfolk will change considerably over the next 15 years and we need to start planning for the future now.

“This consultation gives families and schools a real chance to shape how they would like schools to develop and grow. We want people to tell us what they think schools should provide, their role in the community and what services they hope schools will offer future generations.

“This is everyone's chance to be involved with how Norfolk's schools might develop and I would invite as many people as possible to take part.”

To take part, or for further information, visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/schoolorganisation or write to Norfolk Schools for the 21st Century consultation, Freepost IH2076, Room 20, County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich NR1 2BR.


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