Regulated Alteration to Greenhill School

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REGULATED ALTERATION TO GREENHILL SCHOOL

Introduction of Learning Resource Centre for pupils with Complex Learning Needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC)

This consultation document sets out the proposal to introduce a Learning Resource Centre to Greenhill School in order to accommodate pupils with complex additional learning needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition. I look forward to receiving your views.


Introduction

Pembrokeshire County Council has a statutory duty to secure sufficient and suitable school places in its area and to determine whether it is making the best use of the resources and facilities to deliver the opportunities that children deserve.

At its meeting on 9th December 2021, Pembrokeshire County Council considered a report which outlined the need to expand our provision in secondary schools for learners with complex needs. The report outlined that, whilst there is sufficient provision in primary schools, more places were needed in the secondary sector. The decision of Council was as follows:

That the Director for Children and Schools be authorised to undertake statutory consultation on establishing a Learning Resource Centre for pupils with Complex Learning Needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) at Greenhill School.

Such a proposal constitutes a regulated alteration within the context of the School Standards and Organisation (Wales) Act 2013. Consequently, this document fulfils part of the County Council’s responsibility under the Act to consult with appropriate stakeholders and to explain the Council’s proposal to introduce a Learning Resource Centre to Greenhill School in order to accommodate learners with complex additional learning needs and ASC. This document offers an opportunity for consultees to put forward any comments, observations or alternative proposals they wish to be considered, as well as explaining why other options considered are not the preferred option.

Consultation on this proposal will comply with the requirements of the School Organisation Code. Consequently, the main purpose of this document is to provide information and to gather the views of identified stakeholders. For further information on the statutory process, see page 25 of the Consultation document.

Please read through the document in the right hand column of this page which sets out the proposal.

Then take the opportunity to complete the consultation response form below.

To request hard copy documents please email educationconsultations@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

We look forward to receiving your views.


Steven Richards-Downes

Director of Education

The closing date for responses is 14 February 2022.


Image credit: Google Maps

REGULATED ALTERATION TO GREENHILL SCHOOL

Introduction of Learning Resource Centre for pupils with Complex Learning Needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC)

This consultation document sets out the proposal to introduce a Learning Resource Centre to Greenhill School in order to accommodate pupils with complex additional learning needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition. I look forward to receiving your views.


Introduction

Pembrokeshire County Council has a statutory duty to secure sufficient and suitable school places in its area and to determine whether it is making the best use of the resources and facilities to deliver the opportunities that children deserve.

At its meeting on 9th December 2021, Pembrokeshire County Council considered a report which outlined the need to expand our provision in secondary schools for learners with complex needs. The report outlined that, whilst there is sufficient provision in primary schools, more places were needed in the secondary sector. The decision of Council was as follows:

That the Director for Children and Schools be authorised to undertake statutory consultation on establishing a Learning Resource Centre for pupils with Complex Learning Needs and Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) at Greenhill School.

Such a proposal constitutes a regulated alteration within the context of the School Standards and Organisation (Wales) Act 2013. Consequently, this document fulfils part of the County Council’s responsibility under the Act to consult with appropriate stakeholders and to explain the Council’s proposal to introduce a Learning Resource Centre to Greenhill School in order to accommodate learners with complex additional learning needs and ASC. This document offers an opportunity for consultees to put forward any comments, observations or alternative proposals they wish to be considered, as well as explaining why other options considered are not the preferred option.

Consultation on this proposal will comply with the requirements of the School Organisation Code. Consequently, the main purpose of this document is to provide information and to gather the views of identified stakeholders. For further information on the statutory process, see page 25 of the Consultation document.

Please read through the document in the right hand column of this page which sets out the proposal.

Then take the opportunity to complete the consultation response form below.

To request hard copy documents please email educationconsultations@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

We look forward to receiving your views.


Steven Richards-Downes

Director of Education

The closing date for responses is 14 February 2022.


Image credit: Google Maps

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