Proposal to increase the size of Welcombe Hills School, Stratford upon Avon

ConsultationIn Warwickshire the population increased by 8.3% from 2001 to 2011, a trend expected to continue. It is projected that the population in Stratford District will increase by a further 11.5% between 2012 and 2037.

As a result of the population increase, Warwickshire is experiencing, and is forecast to continue to see, a significant growth in pupil numbers. The fall and rise in the birth rate in Warwickshire follows the national trend very closely with births falling each year between 1991 and 2001 before entering a rising trend from 2002.

Welcombe Hills School, Stratford upon Avon,  supports students from 2-19 years of age, with a wide range of needs. The school is inclusive and meets individual need. Welcombe Hills values each child as an individual with differing skills, talents and needs. The school provides a supportive environment which allows each pupil to grow towards their full potential. Working closely with a variety of agency partners, the school is happy, safe, caring and a positive place to be.

The proposal document and consultation document set out the details of the change including the objectives and impact of the change.

To have your say please

  • write to us at

Access and Organisation (ref JAN)

Education and Learning

Saltisford Office Park

Ansell Way

Warwick

CV34 4UL

The closing date for your comments is the 30th October 2014.

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