New build and development project



Seven Stars primary school has been a key part of the Leyland community for over 50 years serving several generations of pupils and their families. 


We are excited that the Department of Education has selected our school for a rebuild project that includes the demolition of all existing buildings and the erection of a new part-2 storey, part-single storey primary school.  The plans also include parking, landscaping, a new multi use games area.  During the construction phase the school will remain operational and as such there will be temporary provision of portacabin classrooms on site.


The floor-plans are available to view below provide further details of the proposed 10 classrooms.   


The proposals allow for dedicated staff parking, cycle parking, and a separate entrance/drop off area for children with special education needs and disabilities. 


The school will be one of the first 50 net carbon zero schools to be built by the Department for Education, with a focus on energy efficiency alongside the use of air source heat pumps and natural ventilation.  


Construction is due to commence in 2024 with the new school being fully operational from September 2025. 


Below you will find links to download various plans which further illustrate the building plans, this includes existing and site plans, floor plans for the school building, and the elevations together with a street scene illustrating what the new school will look like from Peacock Hall Lane.


We are excited about the potential of this new development in securing an education and provision for all our children fit for the future and which also better meets environmental standards ensuring a reduction in carbon emissions making it healthier for our children and the planet.  


New Build and Development Project plans and information

New Build Project Documents