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A report was considered by the Council's Cabinet on 10 December 2015 which set out recommendations following a public consultation that took place earlier in the year on proposals regarding the provision of additional English-medium and Welsh-medium primary school places in and around the Butetown, Canton, Grangetown and Riverside areas (the ‘Four Wards’). 


The Cabinet has agreed for the Council to progress to the next stage and issue a legal Statutory Notices to:

  • increase the capacity of Ninian Park Primary School, Virgil Street, Grangetown, Cardiff, CF11 8TF,  from 420 places to 630 places with additional part-time nursery places, serving the age range 3-11 from September 2017.
  • establish a new 420 place Welsh-medium primary school with nursery on a site located adjacent to Hamadryad playing fields, off Hamadryad Road, Cardiff, CF10 5UY, serving the age range 3-11.  The school is to open initially at 30 places only, in temporary accommodation adjacent to Ninian Park Primary School, Virgil Street, Grangetown, Cardiff, CF11 8TF, from September 2016 and transfer to its permanent site adjacent to Hamadryad Park from September 2017.


The statutory notices went live on 05 January 2016.

Publication of Legal Statutory Notice: Hamadryad (26kb PDF)​​​​​​​​​​Link opens in a new window

Publication of Legal Statutory Notice: Ninian Park (25kb PDF)​​​​​​​​​​Link opens in a new window


The notice allows a period of 28 days from the date of publication for formal objections to the proposals.


Objections should be sent to:

The Director of Education and Lifelong Learning.
The City of Cardiff Council,
County Hall,
Atlantic Wharf,
Cardiff,
CF10 4UW.


Objections may also be sent to the Director of Education and Lifelong Learning, The City of Cardiff Council using the contact us form:

Please note that any such objection sent by e-mail must contain the full name and postal address of the objector.