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Lower Farm Academy

In partnership with WCC, the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has opened a new primary free school at Lower Farm, Nuneaton from September 2019.

REAch2 Academy Trust are the sponsors of the new free school, which has opened initially as one form of entry (30 pupils) with capacity to increase to two forms of entry as required.

The opening of this new school will provide places for pupils required due to the substantial new housing development in the area. The new school has been partially funded by contributions from housing developers.

Tudor Grange Primary Academy Meon Vale

In partnership with WCC, the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has opened a new primary free school at Meon Vale, Quinton from September 2019.

Tudor Grange Academies Trust are the sponsors of the new free school, which has opened initially as one form of entry (30 pupils) with capacity to increase to two forms of entry as required.

The opening of this new school will provide places for pupils required due to the substantial new housing development in the area. The new school has been partially funded by contributions from housing developers. 

Heathcote Primary School

Heathcote Primary School opened in September 2017 to meet the demand of pupils arising from housing developments in the area of Warwick. The school is part of the Community Academies Trust and opened with Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils. The school also has early years provision on site. The school is designed to expand to two forms of entry as housing developments in the area grow.

St. Gabriel's Church of England Academy

St Gabriel's Church of England Academy opened in September 2018 in the new community of Houlton in Rugby as part of an academy trust comprising the Coventry Diocesan Board of Education and the developers of Houlton, Urban and Civic. This school will help meet the increase in pupil numbers in this area as the development continues to grow.

St Gabriel's opened with a published admission number (PAN) of 30 and will eventually grow to accommodate three forms of entry. From September 2018, the school admits pupils across all seven year groups, initially operating across four classes.