Schools in Red Lodge, Suffolk are highly oversubscribed. Especially primary school kids find it hard to obtain a space at a local school. Hence, the town has submitted a proposal for the construction of a new primary school. The department of education has now taken the plans into consideration. If everything works according to plan, the school is scheduled to open its doors to the first children in autumn 2018. In the first year, the school is going to have an uptake of 30 children. Each year it will continue at the same rate until the maximum capacity of 210 children is reached. Suffolk county is providing the land on which the school is going to be built on. Officials say that they are happy with the progress of the county in terms of education.