Category: Schools

Silsden School Planning App 17/05793/REG

This planning application will affect everyone in Silsden, whether you have primary age school children or not. The position of the proposed new school is such it will generate a lot of extra traffic and has the potential of making

Core Strategy Inspectors Report

Core Strategy Inspectors Report The Planning Inspectorate appointed Mr Stephen J Pratt BA(Hons) MRTPI as Independent Planning Inspector on behalf of the Secretary of State to take charge of the Examination of the Bradford District Core Strategy. The Programme Officer

A report on the consultation for the proposed New Silsden Primary School

A report on the consultation for the proposed New Silsden Primary School by David Loud Well, tonight’s event was very interesting. Overall, the vast majority of people that I spoke to from 6pm to 7.30pm were wholly in favour of

Silsden is to get a new primary school on a greenfield site on the outskirts of town

From Keighley News Silsden is to get a new primary school on a greenfield site on the outskirts of town. The new campus, above Daisy Hill and Silsden Park, will bring together the existing Hothfield Junior School and Aire View

How will town cope?

The figure of 1,200 new homes would mean an average of two cars per house, going on for 2,400 more vehicles hitting the village/town. Plus there will be cars that visit these houses. Silsden cannot cope at the moment with

Extra places promised as part of the proposed merger of Silsden schools

2:27pm Tuesday 2nd February 2016 By David Knights AIRE VIEW Infant School in Silsden will almost treble in size as part of proposals to merge the town’s two schools. The newly-created Aire View Primary School will eventually have 630 pupils

Silsden schools merger

5:33am Thursday 17th September 2015 By David Knights A DECISION to merge Silsden’s two schools has been described as “smoke and mirrors” by a leading councillor. Andrew Mallinson said the decision by Bradford Council’s ruling executive this week does not

Parents back proposed merger of town’s infant and junior schools

Most people are in favour of merging two schools in a town, according to a public consultation. Almost 80 per of those who responded to Bradford Council’s consultation said they were in favour of creating a single primary school in

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