Lindley Junior School, George Street, is already one of the largest in the area with 485 pupils. Although it recently converted to academy status, Kirklees Council still sends out the admission letters.
Birkby Infant and Nursery School, Blacker Road, last month submitted a plan to Kirklees Council to build a two-storey modular building to house two permanent extra classrooms in the grounds. The proposed cost would be just over £1 million.
The school, built in Victorian times, plans to increase its capacity from 360 to 450 pupils. The closing date for public consultation is Monday, May 7.
Recent changes have been introduced to the admissions system nationally which will make the whole structure fairer and simpler, according to the Government.
It claims that the old system was too complicated, unfair and unjust as it undermined parent choice and rationed places at good schools.
Under the new structure, all 800,000 primary school letters were sent out nationally on Monday. This is in line with secondary schools where all places were announced on March 1.
Adopted children are given special priority under the new system.
The Government’s revised codes contain just half as many of the 650 old mandatory requirements placed on local authorities and have been slimmed down from 138 to 61 pages.