Both Sherrier and Wycliffe schools have reached their limits on the number of children that can be taken in. The childrens' parents have called for a mobile building to be put at either school, but this has been refused by Leicestershire County Council who have offered them places at Dunton Basset Primary, 4 miles away.
Leicestershire branch of the British National Party calls on the County Council to think again. All Lutterworth primary school aged children should be able to attend a school in their own town.
Over the past few years, the population of Lutterworth has grown considerably, due to a lot of new housing being built. It is the responsibility of the County Council to ensure that available primary school places in the town grow at the same pace.