A Glasgow primary school built less than four years ago already needs a new extension to be constructed to hold more pupils.

Builders finished constructing the £7.5m Carntyne Primary in October 2018 and handed it over to the council.

Now, an extension is to be built to provide four extra classrooms and more toilets at the East End school on Redford Street, to cope with growing demand.

The construction of Carntyne primary – designed for 231 pupils – and another school at Blairdardie were partially funded by the Scottish Government.

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