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Free primary school in Kilburn to host open events

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 October 2014 | UPDATED: 09:58 07 October 2014

Kilburn Grange School will be opening in the former college campus, currently being used by Marylebone Boys' School, in September next year

Kilburn Grange School will be opening in the former college campus, currently being used by Marylebone Boys' School, in September next year

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A free primary school which plans to open in Kilburn next year will be hosting two open events for interested parents.

Marylebone Boys' School opened last month in the former campusMarylebone Boys' School opened last month in the former campus

Kilburn Grange School, which was formerly called Kilburn Free Primary School, will be based at the building in Priory Park Road, which was previously home to the College of North West London.

The site is currently temporarily occupied by Marylebone Boys’ School, a secondary free school which is hoping to find a site in the borough of Westminster.

KGS are expected to move in next summer and open its doors for pupils in September.

Parents interested in applying for a reception place for 2015 will have the opportunity to meet representatives of Bellevue Place Education Trust, who will run the KGS, and find out more the school’s development at the open events.

In July, KGS, a two-form non-denominational school offering a total of 420 places, was given government approval to open.

The events will place at the proposed school site in Priory Park Road, Kilburn, on October 30 from 1.30pm to 3.00pm and November 6 from 7.00pm to 8.30pm.

To confirm attendance visit kilburngrangeschool.org.uk/events or leave a message on 0845 459 0113 stating your name, contact number, the number of people attending and the session you wish to attend.

For more information about the school, including its admissions policy, visit kilburngrangeschool.org.uk.

Related link: New primary free school to open in former college campus in Kilburn


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