Langstone consultation

Langstone primary school consultation

Tuesday 22 March - midnight, Wednesday 4 May 2016

Newport City Council consulted on the proposal:

To extend the age-range at Langstone Primary School from 4-11 years to 3-11 years, in order to establish a nursery class at the school, with effect from September 2017.

Download the Report to the Cabinet Member for Education & Young People (pdf)

Download the associated Decision Schedule (pdf)  

Download the Fairness and Equality Impact Assessment (pdf)

The consultation process is an opportunity for people to learn about the proposal, ask questions and make comments that will be recorded and considered when the council decides on the way forward.

Consultation 

The consultation involved two drop-in sessions with those most directly affected by the proposal, where council officers will be on hand to explain the proposals in more detail and answer any questions:

Civic Centre, Newport, NP20 4UR

Tuesday 12 April 2016, 2pm – 4pm

Civic Centre, Newport, NP20 4UR 

Friday 15 April 2016,

9.30am – 11.30am

Download the consultation document (pdf)

Download the consultation everyday summary version for children and young people (pdf)

Download the consultation response pro-forma (pdf) 

The proposal

The proposal concerns the provision of English-medium community-maintained education at Langstone Primary School, and is to extend the age range of the school from 4-11 years to 3-11 years, establishing a 24 place nursery class at the school with effect from September 2017.

The nursery will be provided in a new build extension to the current school building, improving accessibility to the school and providing an improved environment for teaching and learning. 

This supports the council’s vision for a seamless pathway throughout the education of a child with a smooth transition to statutory school provision.

It is the council’s intention that 3-11 education is provided on all community-maintained primary school sites.  

What happens next?

Following consultation, the Cabinet Member for Education and Young People will consider the views expressed and decide whether to proceed with the proposal.  

If the decision is taken to proceed, a statutory notice will be published. The statutory notice period will last for 1 month from the date of publication and enables people to express their views in the form of supporting or objecting to the proposals. 

If no objections are received following the publication of the statutory notice, the Cabinet Member for Education and Young People will make the final decision whether or not to proceed. 

Statutory Notice stage  

Following the end of the formal consultation period a consultation report has been prepared which summarises the issues and points raised by consultees.

Download the Langstone Primary consultation report (pdf)

Contact

Email your comments to school.reorg@newport.gov.uk or write to:

Education Service Development Manager, Newport City Council, Room 425W, Civic Centre, Newport NP20 4UR