Consultation on a proposed alteration to Barnes Primary SchoolNotice ID: SUT1122275
Consultation on a proposed alteration to Barnes Primary School
Notice is given in accordance with the School Organisation (Prescribed Alterations to Maintained Schools) (England) Regulations 2013 that the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames intends to make prescribed alterations to Barnes Primary School, Cross Street, London, SW13 OQQ, from 1 September 2021. It is proposed that from the 2021 /2022 school year a specialist resource provision (SRP) should be established at the school which would admit up to 14 children with Education and Health Care Plans who have Social Communication Needs including Autism and Moderate Learning Difficulties as their main presenting special educational needs.
The current permanent capacity of the school is 420. The current number of pupils registered at the school (as at October 2018) is 448. There are also 26 full time children and 39 part time children, which equates to 45.5 full-time equivalents (FTE) in the attached maintained nursery, against a capacity of 46 FTE. The current admission number for all year-groups at the school - except in the current Year 5, whose number is 90 - is 60. The children who would be allocated places within the proposed SRP would be super-numerary, i.e. would be in addition to the permanent capacity of 420. Copies of the complete proposal can be obtained from: Matthew Paul, Associate Director, School Place Planning, Achieving for Children, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, 42 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BW; firstname.lastname@example.org; or from www.richmond.gov.uk.
Within four weeks from the date of publication of these proposals, no later than Friday 24 May 2019, any person may object to or make comments on the proposals by emailing them to matthew. email@example.com or posting them to Matthew Paul, Associate Director, School Place Planning, Achieving for Children, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, 42 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BW. Signed:li>.
Publication Date: 26 April 2019