At its meeting on 13 December 2017, Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the publication of a Statutory Notice relating to the expansion of Allerton Church of England Primary School.

A formal proposal has now been published. This is known as a statutory notice, which is published at the start of a period during which representations can be made to the local authority. The statutory notice period runs from 8 January 2018 to 4pm on 5 February 2018.

The proposal is to expand Allerton Church of England Primary School from a capacity of 420 pupils to 630 pupils with an increase in the admission number from 60 to 90 with effect from September 2018.

The full statutory notice is available to view via this link: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/residents/Pages/Statutory-notices.aspx

Please do not submit responses to the statutory notice using this site. Any responses should be made in writing to The Capacity Planning and Sufficiency Team, c/o Leeds Town Hall, PO Box 837, Leeds City Council, LS1 9PZ, or by email to educ.school.organisation@leeds.gov.uk to reach us no later than 4pm on 8 February 2018.

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At its meeting on 13 December 2017, Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the publication of a Statutory Notice relating to the expansion of Beeston Hill St Luke’s Church of England Primary School.

A formal proposal has now been published. This is known as a statutory notice, which is published at the start of a period during which representations can be made to the local authority. The statutory notice period runs from 8 January 2018 to 4pm on 5 February 2018.

The proposal is to expand Beeston Hill St Luke’s Church of England Primary School from a capacity of 315 pupils to 420 pupils with an increase in the admission number from 45 to 60 with effect from September 2019 and to establish provision for pupils with Complex Communication Difficulties including children who may have a diagnosis of ASC (Autistic Spectrum Condition) for approximately 8 pupils with effect from September 2019.

The full statutory notice is available to view via this link: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/residents/Pages/Statutory-notices.aspx

Please do not submit responses to the statutory notice using this site. Any responses should be made in writing to The Capacity Planning and Sufficiency Team, c/o Leeds Town Hall, PO Box 837, Leeds City Council, LS1 9PZ, or by email to educ.school.organisation@leeds.gov.uk to reach us no later than 4pm on 8 February 2018.

At its meeting on 13 December, Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the recommendation to publish a statutory notice with regard to the proposal to expand primary school places and establish SEN places at Beeston Hill St Luke’s Primary School from 2019. It is expected that a statutory notice will be published during January 2018 –  a further update will be provided here in due course.

At its meeting on 13 December, Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the recommendation to publish a statutory notice with regard to the proposal to expand Allerton C of E Primary School from 2018. It is expected that a statutory notice will be published during January 2018 –  a further update will be provided here in due course.

Update 6 December 2017 – We have had significant engagement and contributions to the consultation a proposal to join together Moor Allerton Hall Primary School with Allerton Grange High School and there have been many thoughtful responses. Amongst them there were some concerns over the swiftness of the process, along with the OfSTED inspection at Allerton Grange School which took place during the consultation. In response to these concerns, we are now anticipating taking a report summarising the consultation and a proposal for moving forward with additional permanent places in the area to our Executive Board in February 2018. To create time to fully consider responses, this will make further bulge classes necessary in the area to ensure we have sufficient places for children starting in September 2018. A further update will be provided in due course.

The consultation on a proposal to join together Moor Allerton Hall Primary School with Allerton Grange High School from September 2018 has now closed. We would like to thank all those who have contributed.

We are currently collating all of the responses and will provide an update here as information becomes available to share.

Consultation on a proposal to join together Moor Allerton Hall Primary School with Allerton Grange High School from September 2018

In response to an ongoing need to provide additional primary school places in the Roundhay area, Leeds City Council is bringing forward a creative and innovative proposal to provide an additional 420 permanent school places (60 per year group) in the Roundhay and Moortown area. Leeds City Council is proposing that Allerton Grange High School and Moor Allerton Hall Primary School join together to form a through school for children aged 3-19 years.

The first phase of the consultation process will run from Thursday 12 October to Wednesday 29 November, as part of this there will be several drop-in sessions. These events provide an opportunity for questions and conversation and allow us to gather and share information on an informal one to one basis.

Following this all the issues raised will be reported to executive board who will then decide whether to progress to the formal, statutory part of the consultation process which we anticipate taking place in December and January, but we will update this timeline when we have definite dates.

The dates of the drop in sessions are as follows:

Moor Allerton Hall Primary School Thursday 19th October 2017 5.00pm – 7.00pm
North East Learning Centre, Talbot Avenue Wednesday 1st November 2017 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Moor Allerton Hall Primary School

Punjabi & Urdu interpreter present

Wednesday 15th November 2017 8.45am – 9.30am
North East Learning Centre, Talbot Avenue Thursday 16th November 2017 5.00pm – 7.00pm
North East Learning Centre, Talbot Avenue

Punjabi & Urdu interpreter present

Saturday 18th  November 2017 10.00am – 12.00pm

To find out more information about the proposal, please read the consultation document Roundhay Area Through School Consultation booklet

You can share your views with us about the proposals as follows:

Take the online survey by clicking on the following link: https://tinyurl.com/yd9hgtqy

Write to us at: Leeds City Council, PO Box 837, Sufficiency & Participation Team, c/o Leeds Town Hall, Leeds, LS1 9PZ

Email us at: educ.school.organisation@leeds.gov.uk

Leave a comment or discuss this proposal by clicking the ‘leave a comment’ button at the bottom of the page;

So that your views are counted, please ensure that we receive your response by 4pm on 29 November 2017.

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