Crisis in primary school places

Parents facing long journeys to get their children to school because of a lack of local places are blaming councils for the problem, saying there has been a lack of proper planning.

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Temporary classrooms go high-tech

Dozens of temporary classrooms have been brought into schools this term to cope with soaring demand for primary places.

In West Sussex alone there are 25 new mobile units, many housing up to 60 children.

But if you thought a temporary classroom in 2012 was cramped and draughty think again. The headteacher of Edward Bryant School in West Sussex gives our education specialist Christine Alsford a tour.

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