A primary school has submitted an application detailing its plans for transformation into an all through school.

If Harrow Council approve the application, it means Whitefriars Primary School, Whitefriars Avenue, Harrow, would cater for pupils from the age of five to 18, making it effectively both a primary and a secondary school.

The school, which is in a federation with Heathland School in Eastcote Lane, Harrow, would embark on a project which would involve the construction of a two and three-storey building to cater for expansion.

School expansion programme takes another step forward  

Many other schools in the borough have already embarked on their own expansion as a part of a Harrow-wide, government-funded programme to increase the amount of school places available to combat demographic growth.

£70million project to secure the future of education in Harrow  

Councillors are set to vote on the application in August at the next planning committee meeting.