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(From Bristol Evening Post)
BRISTOL City Council will move forward as a matter of urgency with plans to turn a private school in Westbury-on-Trym into an academy.
Governors at St Ursula's made the surprise announcement it is to become a free for all state academy in February.
Councillors gave their backing to the idea at a full council meeting last week, which was held to see what work needs to be done to make it happen.
It is thought the academy could have as many as 800 places, considerably higher than the current role of 150.
At the meeting members also announced a series of measures to boost school places in the city.