A new secondary school for Luton

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By September 2018 Luton will need approximately 180 more secondary school places than will be available.

The Chiltern Learning Trust has applied to open a new secondary school called the Chiltern Academy which will be a mixed-sex, 11-16 secondary Free School for 1200 students.The admission number for each year would be 240.

Although being a ‘Free School', the Chiltern Academy will follow the National Curriculum with specialist areas of Sport, Engineering and Business. The new school is likely to be built on the land opposite the Gipsy Lane retail park.

The Trust currently runs Luton's two highest performing secondary schools, Denbigh High School and Challney High School for Boys, and it is our intention to provide the Town with another high performing secondary school. Our two existing schools are rated as Outstanding and are ranked in 1st and 2nd place in the Luton GCSE results.

We must show demand for the new school so we are encouraging parents to register their support.

FIND OUT MORE AND REGISTER YOUR SUPPORT ON OUR WEBSITE

www.chiltern-academy.co.uk
www.facebook.com/TheChilternAcademy
www.twitter.com/ChilternA

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