That this House notes there were 29.4 per cent. more births in Sutton in 2007-08 than in 2000-01, which represents about 300 children per year; further notes that the increase in demand for reception places in Sutton will peak at nine forms of entry above the borough’s present capacity by 2012; congratulates Sutton Council for taking steps to provide additional classes to meet increasing demand at reception and actively planning to add further permanent capacity to meet the initial surge in demand over the period 2011 to 2014; regrets the fact that the council received no allocation from the first round of Basic Need Safety Valve Grants; and calls on the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families to review the council’s case for additional capital funds and to make them available to ensure that Sutton children receive a fair deal.