The Department for Education says it hopes the One in a Million Free School in Bradford will open in 2013, despite having its funding pulled this year.
There is controversy after the Government pulled the funding from one of its flagship Free Schools, the One In A Million school, which was to open in Bradford in a few days. The school, which was to operate at Bradford City's Valley Parade football ground, has had its grant delayed until next year.
It means the parents of up to 30 pupils who were due to start there this term, will now have to find their children places in other schools in the city. It is thought the decision was made because of the low pupil numbers.
The Shadow Education Secretary Stephen Twigg says the move ''will leave parents angry and confused as they scramble to find a school place.''