Llantwit Learning Community Consultation
Consultation on a proposal to create a New 420 place Primary School as part of the Llantwit Learning Community by amalgamating Eagleswell and Llanilltud Fawr Primary Schools
The Council proposes to establish the Llantwit Learning Community to transform educational opportunities in Llantwit Major. The Llantwit Learning Community will be located on the current Llantwit Major Comprehensive, Llanilltud Fawr Primary and Ysgol Gymraeg Dewi Sant sites.
The Llantwit Learning Community will comprise a remodelled Llantwit Major Comprehensive School, a new 420 place primary school formed from the amalgamation of Eagleswell and Llanilltud Fawr primary schools and expansion of Ysgol Dewi Sant to a 210 place school. The three schools would be co-located on the same site but retain their separate identities and would benefit from shared facilities.
The proposal will meet the aims of the Welsh Governments 21st Century schools programme to create:
- Learning environments for children and young people aged from 3-19 that will enable the successful implementation of strategies for school improvement and better educational outcomes;
- A sustainable education system through better use of resources to improve efficiency and cost effectiveness; and
- A 21st century schools standard for all schools which also reduces the recurrent costs, energy consumption and carbon emissions.
The consultation explains the Councils proposal to create a new 420 place primary school as part of the Llantwit Learning Community by amalgamating Eagleswell and Llanilltud Fawr Primary schools. The Llantwit Learning Community will meet the aims of the Welsh Governments 21st Century Schools Programme to enable the schools and community to access a wide range of new facilities.
This consultation will run from the 16 December 2013 to 10 February 2014. Please note that the deadline for consultation responses has been extended to Monday 17th February 2014.
How can I find out more?
You can download a copy of the letter and consultation document detailing the proposal and send in your views in the following ways:
Please note that due to the forthcoming Estyn Inspection at Eagleswell Primary the date for the drop in session for anyone interested in this consultation has had to be changed from Monday 3 February to Friday 7 February between 3.15 and 6.00pm.
- complete the proforma contained within the consultation document and return to:
Llantwit Learning Community
Corporate and Customer Services
Vale of Glamorgan Council
If you have a query that is not addressed by the information provided, please contact us on 01446 709727 or email email@example.com or write to Llantwit Learning Community, Corporate & Customer Services, Vale of Glamorgan Council, FREEPOST SWC2936, Barry CF64 4GZ.
THE CONSULTATION HAS NOW ENDED. THE RESPONSES TO THIS CONSULTATION ARE CURRENTLY BEING ANALYSED.
The authority is grateful to everyone who took the time to consider our proposal and to those who let us know their views. All comments were considered by the Council's Cabinet on 28th April 2014.
The Consultation Report is available to download or hard copies of the report are available on request by either contacting the Learning and Skills Directorate on 01446 709727 or e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Publication of Statutory Notice to amalgamate Eagleswell and Llanilltud Fawr Primary Schools
The Council's Cabinet have agreed to publish a statutory notice for the amalgamation of Eagleswell and Llanilltud Fawr primary schools.
The statutory notice is available to download or a hard copy is available on request by either contacting the Learning and Skills Directorate on 01446 709727 or by emailing your reqest to: email@example.com
On 30th June 2014, the Vale of Glamorgan Council's Cabinet approved the proposal for the amalgamation of Eagleswell and Llanilltud Fawr Primary Schools. The Cabinet carefully considered the proposal, the statutory objections submitted and the local authority response, in accordance with the requirements of the School Organisation Code 2013.
The decision letter and objection report are available to download or hard copies are available on request by either contacting the Learning and Skills Directorate on 01446 709727 or by emailing your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org