Agenda item - School Admission Arrangements 2022/23

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School Admission Arrangements 2022/23

Report of the Executive Director for Families, Children & Learning (Copy

attached)

 

 

Decision:

RESOLVED: That the Committee agreed to –

 

(i)             Make no changes to the council’s admission

arrangements or school catchment areas (where applicable).

 

(ii)            Consult upon a change to the Published Admission Number (PAN) of Balfour Primary School from 120 to 90 pupils.

 

(iii)          Consult upon a change to the PAN of Benfield Primary School from 60 to 30 pupils.

 

(iv)          Consult upon a change to the PAN of Brunswick Primary School from 120 to 90 pupils.

 

(v)           Consult upon a change to the PAN of Downs Infant School from 120 to 90 pupils.

 

(vi)          Consult upon a change to the PAN of Goldstone Primary School from 90 to 60 pupils.

 

(vii)         Consult upon a change to the PAN of Moulsecoomb Primary School from 60 to 30 pupils.

 

(viii)       Consult upon a change to the PAN of Stanford Infant School from 90 to 60 pupils.

 

(ix)          Consult upon a change to the PAN of West Blatchington Primary School from 60 to 30 pupils.

 

(x)           Consult upon a change to the PAN of Hove Park School and Sixth Form from 300 to 180 pupils.

 

(xi)          Make no changes to the “relevant area”.

 

Minutes:

21.1    The Committee considered the report of the Executive Director Families Children & Learning regarding the proposed school admission arrangements for the city’s Schools for the academic year 2022-23. The report was introduced by the Head of School Organisation.

 

21.2    Councillor Hamilton referred to paragraph 3.5 of the report which stated that the consultation would run for 9 weeks from 5 October 2020 to 27 November 2020 and said that it should read ‘8’ weeks. The Head of School Organisation said he would check the dates and amend as necessary.

 

21.3    Councillor Hills asked how the consultations would take place. The Head of School Organisation said that meetings relating to individual schools would be held online together with the online portal but it was important that, in line with the EIA, arrangements were made to ensure that everyone was able to take part in the consultation but how that would happen was still being considered. In response to a request from the Chair, it was agreed that members of the Committee would be advised via email on how the consultation would take place.

 

21.4    RESOLVED: That the Committee agreed to –

 

(i)             Make no changes to the council’s admission

arrangements or school catchment areas (where applicable).

 

(ii)            Consult upon a change to the Published Admission Number (PAN) of Balfour Primary School from 120 to 90 pupils.

 

(iii)          Consult upon a change to the PAN of Benfield Primary School from 60 to 30 pupils.

 

(iv)          Consult upon a change to the PAN of Brunswick Primary School from 120 to 90 pupils.

 

(v)           Consult upon a change to the PAN of Downs Infant School from 120 to 90 pupils.

 

(vi)          Consult upon a change to the PAN of Goldstone Primary School from 90 to 60 pupils.

 

(vii)         Consult upon a change to the PAN of Moulsecoomb Primary School from 60 to 30 pupils.

 

(viii)       Consult upon a change to the PAN of Stanford Infant School from 90 to 60 pupils.

 

(ix)          Consult upon a change to the PAN of West Blatchington Primary School from 60 to 30 pupils.

 

(x)           Consult upon a change to the PAN of Hove Park School and Sixth Form from 300 to 180 pupils.

 

(xi)          Make no changes to the “relevant area”.

 

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