Brimble Hill admission number increase

In light of significant pressure across the borough to provide additional Special Educational Needs Primary Places due to the increased number of statements, and the borough expanding as a whole, a proposal to increase the admission number at Brimble Hill Special School to provide an additional eight primary aged places has been developed. Brimble Hill Primary Special School has an excellent reputation in the local community. There is still demand for this high level of specialist provision in Swindon and the school has a waiting list. In recent months the school has been able to flex the intake to accommodate 85 pupils as an increase is permitted within a 10% limit. This proposal will form a key part of the long term Special Educational Need provision development strategy.

The initial proposal would seek to increase the admission number from the current 77 status by an additional 8, to 85 in total. We expect these additional places to be filled on the initial intake in September 2018.

Swindon Borough Council is inviting representations on the expansion during the statutory consultation period which will run for eight weeks from Friday 24 November to Friday 19 January 2018. 

To view the full proposal of the Brimble Hill admissions number increase, please view the document below:

Brimble Hill admission number increase - full proposal (PDF)

If you wish to express a view, please follow the online survey below:

 

Representations should be sent in writing to:

Education Place Planning 
Swindon Borough Council 
5th Floor, Wat Tyler West 
Beckhampton Street 
Swindon 
SN1 2JG 

You may also email your representations to: educationplaces@swindon.gov.uk. All representations received should arrive no later than 5.00pm on Friday 19 January 2018. 


 

Last updated: 20 November 2017. Was this information helpful?

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