Parents of children in Year 3 and below should be concerned that their choice of secondary school could be limited in a few years time.
Swindon Council predicts a shortfall of 5.7 forms of entry (180 places) around the borough by 2018, rising to 27.7 forms (900 places) in 2026 and has launched a consultation on the options for action.
The council is looking at expanding existing schools, busing children out of town and new build.
Parents are being asked to consider what should be done at presentations from 5pm to 8pm on Thursday 10 October at Lydiard Park Academy; Tuesday 15 October at Isambard School; Wednesday 16 October at Nova Hreod School.
The dates at Isambard and Nova Hreod are to be confirmed. See www.swindon.gov.uk.
Isambard is already appealing to North Swindon parents to support a bid to set up a free school. Read more at www.bit.ly/northswindon11to19