Decision - Raising Lower Age Range from Three to Four at Queen's Park and Middle Street Primary Schools

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Raising Lower Age Range from Three to Four at Queen's Park and Middle Street Primary Schools

Decision Maker: Children, Young People & Skills Committee

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No

Purpose:

Report following completion of statutory process by local authority, at request of schools' governing bodies, to raise their lower age range from three to four with consequent closure of each school's nursery class

Decision:

1)           That the Children, Young People and Skills Committee should confirm the proposal contained in the statutory notice and make a final decision to raise the lower age range by one year from three to four years at Queen’s Park primary school with the consequent closure of the school’s nursery classes with effect from 1st September 2017.

 

2)           That the Children, Young People and Skills committee should confirm the proposal contained in the statutory notice and make a final decision to raise the lower age range by one year from three to four years at Middle Street primary school with the consequent closure of the school’s nursery classes with effect from 1st September 2017.

 

3)           That the committee notes that the governing body of St Mark’s CE primary school has carried out a non-statutory process and has resolved to raise its lower age range by one year from three to four years and close its nursery class with effect from 1st September 2017.

Report author: Vicky Jenkins

Publication date: 20/06/2017

Date of decision: 19/06/2017

Decided at meeting: 19/06/2017 - Children, Young People & Skills Committee

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