Parents are being given a chance to have their say on proposed admission arrangements for community, voluntary controlled primary and secondary schools across Stockton Borough.
Stockton Council has drawn up the proposals following a Scrutiny Review by the Council’s Children and Young People Select Committee. Views are being sought on:
- Changes to the School Admissions Code
- The proposed scheme for co-ordinating admission arrangements and timetable for the school year 2016/17
- The proposed admission numbers for Primary and Secondary schools for September 2016 • The proposed admission zones changes to primary schools in Ingleby Barwick
- The proposed admission zone arrangements for secondary schools in the South of the Borough
- The proposed Admission Policy for 2016/17
On 4 December Stockton Council’s Cabinet agreed to start a consultation process on the new proposals which starts today, Monday 15 December and runs until Friday 13 February.
To view the consultation document in full please visit www.stockton.gov.uk/schooladmissionconsultation
Councillor Ann McCoy, Stockton Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, said: “The Select Committee has done some fantastic informal consultation about this issue which has really helped shape the proposals which we are putting forward in this document. We are now really interested to know what residents think and would like people to look at the proposals and get in touch to have their say.”
Views and comments on the consultation document can be fed back in writing to School Admissions, Stockton Borough Council, Municipal Buildings, Church Road, Stockton on Tees, TS18 1XE or by email to [email protected]