School Organisation - Former proposals A-B

In this community consultation those involved, or with an interest, in education in the Alston area had an opportunity to consider options put forward in the consultation document and to contribute their views. The consultation ran from 15 September to 24 October 2014.

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8/10/2014 67k
3/10/2014 46k
24/09/2014 727k
24/09/2014 1909k
11/09/2014 1432k
Since the closure of the Armathwaite Nursery Group the governors had been providing a 'governor-led' childcare provision. The governors sought to formalise the establishment of a maintained nursery by changing the age range of the school from 4 to 11 to 3 to 11. The consultation provided an opportunity for those with an interest to share their views.
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6/11/2020 9k
6/11/2020 10k
4/09/2020 31k
4/09/2020 10k

This consultation was concerned with the arrangements for primary education in the villages of Armathwaite and High Hesket. The suggested change was for Armathwaite to become an all-through primary school catering for children aged 4 to 11 with no transfer at the end of Year 3 to High Hesket. The council wanted to hear views on this possibility before it decided to make a change.

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To view legal notices that affected Armathwaite School select the appropriate link below.

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To view legal notices associated with Alfred Barrow, Parkview and Thorncliffe Schools press the appropriate link below.

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To view legal notices affecting Arnside National CE School select the appropriate link below.

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14/05/2020 8k
14/05/2020 26k
16/03/2020 13k
20/02/2020 211k
19/02/2020 2389k
14/02/2020 535k

In 2007 there was over 3,500 11-16 year olds being educated in secondary schools and other establishments in Barrow. The process of considering change to the secondary education network, given its size and scope, was quite complex. The purpose of this document was to provide information about different ways of delivering 11-16 education in Barrow so that people could let us know what kind of changes they would have liked to have seen.

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In November 2006, the governing bodies of Beaconside Infant and Junior Schools in East Penrith indicated jointly that they wanted to see an amalgamation of their two schools considered. 

Public consultation on the possibility of such a merger took place between 8 February and 16 March 2007. The consultation document and background information can be downloaded by following the links below.  The responses received were analysed and were presented to the County Council's Cabinet on 3 April 2007.

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The governing bodies of Belle Vue Infant and Junior Schools indicated jointly back in September 2006 that they wanted to see an amalgamation of their two schools considered. Public consultation on the possibility of such a merger took place between 26 January and 9 March 2007. The responses received were analysed and presented to the County Council's Cabinet on 3 April 2007.  You can download the consultation document, background information and the papers for the Cabinet session by following the links below.

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The governing bodies of Brampton Infant and Junior Schools indicated jointly in February 2007 that they wanted to see an amalgamation of their two schools considered. The consultation document was about the possibility of such a merger. The consultation ended on 13 June 2007. The consultation document, background information and the papers for the Cabinet session can be downloaded by following the links below.


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