Learning Resource Centre Neyland Community School

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Proposal for the introduction of a Learning Resource Centre for pupils with complex learning needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition at Neyland Community School.

Pembrokeshire County Council is responsible for promoting high educational standards and for delivering efficient primary and secondary education. Having the right schools of the right type in the right places and ensuring that they are fit for our 21st century learners is a challenge facing us, and all councils across Wales.

Meeting this challenge involves reviewing the number and types of school the Council has in its area, and assessing whether or not best use is being made of its resources and facilities.

The Council reviews its provision on the basis of:

  • Quality and future sustainability of educational provision
  • Sufficiency and accessibility of school places
  • The condition, suitability and standard of school buildings
  • Value for money

The consultation document sets out the proposal to introduce a primary phase Learning Resource Centre to Neyland Community School, in order to accommodate pupils with complex additional learning needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition.

The document is likely to provide answers to the most common questions that will arise regarding the proposal. However, should you have any further questions, please contact Huw Jones on the following email address: EducationConsultations@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

We look forward to receiving your views on this proposal.

The closing date for responses is 29 December 2023.

THIS SURVEY HAS CLOSED.

At the end of the consultation period the feedback will be collated and summarised in a Consultation Report and subsequently presented to the County Council. It will also be used as part of an Integrated Impact Assessment. This report will be available to be viewed on the Council website and hard copies obtainable on request. Council will consider the report and decide whether it wishes to proceed with the proposal or not.

Please note: Your My Account log in will not work for the Have Your Say online consultation system. You will need to register to set up a Have Your Say account, or Sign In, if you are already a registered user.

Proposal for the introduction of a Learning Resource Centre for pupils with complex learning needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition at Neyland Community School.

Pembrokeshire County Council is responsible for promoting high educational standards and for delivering efficient primary and secondary education. Having the right schools of the right type in the right places and ensuring that they are fit for our 21st century learners is a challenge facing us, and all councils across Wales.

Meeting this challenge involves reviewing the number and types of school the Council has in its area, and assessing whether or not best use is being made of its resources and facilities.

The Council reviews its provision on the basis of:

  • Quality and future sustainability of educational provision
  • Sufficiency and accessibility of school places
  • The condition, suitability and standard of school buildings
  • Value for money

The consultation document sets out the proposal to introduce a primary phase Learning Resource Centre to Neyland Community School, in order to accommodate pupils with complex additional learning needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition.

The document is likely to provide answers to the most common questions that will arise regarding the proposal. However, should you have any further questions, please contact Huw Jones on the following email address: EducationConsultations@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

We look forward to receiving your views on this proposal.

The closing date for responses is 29 December 2023.

THIS SURVEY HAS CLOSED.

At the end of the consultation period the feedback will be collated and summarised in a Consultation Report and subsequently presented to the County Council. It will also be used as part of an Integrated Impact Assessment. This report will be available to be viewed on the Council website and hard copies obtainable on request. Council will consider the report and decide whether it wishes to proceed with the proposal or not.

Please note: Your My Account log in will not work for the Have Your Say online consultation system. You will need to register to set up a Have Your Say account, or Sign In, if you are already a registered user.

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