Change of age range at Langney Primary School

Closed 7 Jun 2018

Opened 11 May 2018

Overview

Langney Primary School currently offers early years provision for children aged 3-5. The governing body of the school wishes to lower the school’s age range from 3-11 to 2-11 to enable funded two year olds to access the nursery provision  within the school.

The aim of the proposal is to ensure that the nursery continues to offer high quality early education delivered by experienced and well-trained staff across the Early Years Foundation Stage.  This will build on the work already done by the school to secure good outcomes for all children in the future

Making Comments or Objections

Within four weeks from the date of publication of this proposal, any person may object to, or comment on the proposal, by sending their representations to: Stuart Gallimore, Director of Children’s Services (FAO: Jane Spice, Early Years Funding Manager), East Sussex County Council, 4th Floor St Mark’s House, 14 Upperton Road, Eastbourne BN21 1EP, or by emailing: school.consultations@eastsussex.gov.uk

Why We Are Consulting

The Council does not believe the proposal to lower the age range at Langney Primary School will have a negative impact on other early years provision, schools or academies in the surrounding area as it is about changing the admission arrangements for the nursery to enable the school to offer places to funded two year olds in the local area.

It is proposed to implement the proposal on 1 September 2018.  It is not intended to implement the proposal in stages.

The statutory notice is available to download in the 'Related' section at the bottom of this page.

For information about how we process your data in connection with this proposal please see the privacy notice under the 'Related' section below.

Areas

  • Eastbourne

Audiences

  • Voluntary groups or organisations
  • Staff
  • Residents of East Sussex
  • Children
  • Councillors, MP's, MEPS
  • Anybody with an interest
  • Parents, carers or guardians

Interests

  • Children and young people
  • Schools and school admissions