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The County Council is the Strategic Commissioner of Education Provision in Lancashire. The school place provision strategy sets out how we will carry out our responsibility for ensuring there are the right number of school places, in the right areas, at the right time to meet demand.

The School Planning Team delivers the school place provision strategy on behalf of the County Council. Where appropriate, a review of school place provision will happen in key areas, and the current projects in progress or recently completed are detailed below. 

The School Planning Team produce a data dashboard that provides insight into the pupil projections used for planning the provision of school places in Lancashire. The dashboard should be considered alongside the school place provision strategy.

The School Planning Team can be contacted via schoolplanning@lancashire.gov.uk

School place planning dashboard

Insight into the pupil projections used for planning the provision of school places in Lancashire.

School place provision strategy 2022-25

Strategy for the provision of school places.

Expansion of Lea Community Primary School

Lancashire County Council is proposing to start the process to expand Lea Community Primary School, Greaves Town Lane, Lea, Preston, PR2 1PD.

Expansion of Longridge High School

Lancashire County Council is proposing to start the process to expand Longridge High School, Preston Road, Longridge, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 3AR.

Proposal to raise the age range of Clitheroe Edisford Primary School

Outcome of the proposal to permanently raise the age range of Clitheroe Edisford Primary School.

Wennington Hall School

Consultation on a proposal about the future of Wennington Hall School, Lodge Lane, Wennington, Lancaster LA2 8NS.

Expanding the age range at Ribblesdale High School, to become an all-through school, providing additional primary places for Clitheroe

Following a consultation, members of Lancashire County Council's cabinet have agreed that Ribblesdale High School expand its current age range from 11 to 16, to a new age range of four to 16.

Firbank Children's Centre

Informal consultation on a proposal to establish a new primary special free school for children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties in the former Firbank Children's Centre, Bulk, Lancaster, LA1 3HL