The Vision for School Organisation in the City of Wolverhampton 2020 to 2022 outlines the framework for decision making regarding primary and secondary school places across Wolverhampton.
It highlights the impact of increasing demand for school places and the need to develop appropriate solutions to cater for further increases in demand in the years ahead.
Councillor Dr Mike Hardacre, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said: "This Vision seeks to ensure there are sufficient high quality school places to improve educational outcomes for all pupils across the city.
"It is a key feature of the council's approach to meeting our statutory duties as an advocate for parents and families, supporting vulnerable children and championing educational excellence for everyone.
"I would encourage all stakeholders, including parents and carers, to take the time to give us their thoughts on the Vision and in doing so play their part in helping to shape what our primary and secondary schools will look like in the future. We would welcome your views.”
For more details about the consultation, and to complete the survey, please visit The Vision for School Organisation in the City of Wolverhampton 2020 to 2022. The deadline for comments is Sunday (8 November).