More money for schools

6 Feb

Lib Dems believe investing in early years education is key to success in future years. This is why even in tough economic times, Kingston’s Lib Dem-run Council has built a new primary school.

Lime Tree Primary School opened in September 2012 and is providing an excellent education for children in Surbiton and Berrylands.

Grand Avenue Primary School has also been rebuilt with an additional form of entry and consultations are starting for extra places at Christ Church.

The Liberal Democrats have responded to the needs of Surbiton families whilst local Tory councillors opposed the building of the new school.

When Hollyfield School’s builders went bust the Lib Dems immediately found other builders to make sure that the school could open virtually on time that September.

Across Kingston the Lib Dems have spent £32million to ensure that local schools continue to meet the needs of local people.

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