The planning of children's services provision will ensure there is a sufficient and effective supply of 0 - 19 year old places for the young people of Leeds. This includes early years, SEN, post 16, primary and secondary school places and other children's services. As well as monitoring the current take-up of places, future planning is based upon birth data which is provided annually by the NHS Leeds child health team, population movement and housing growth strategies.
The birth data is summarised by areas of the city (planning areas) and can be viewed in the downloads tab below. The document shows the total births in a particular area along with a city wide graph showing the trend since 1999.
There is also a map of the "Primary Planning Areas" showing the schools that are located within each area.
Each year reviews take place to ensure sufficient places are available to meet demand.
To find out more about current consultations / reviews, see the link on the related pages tab below.