Proposal to Review Admission Arrangements arising from School Catchment Area Variations at St Paul's Primary School East Calder, St Ninian's Primary School Dedridge and St Mary's Primary School Polbeth
West Lothian Council agreed, on 29 May 2018, to undertake formal consultation on the proposal to review admission arrangements arising from denominational school catchment variations at St Paul's Primary School East Calder, St Ninian's Primary School Dedridge and St Mary's Primary School Polbeth.
In terms of the Schools (Consultation)(Scotland) Act 2010 (the Act), any proposed changes to a school estate in this case review of admission arrangements arising from school catchment area variations, requires Statutory Public Consultation.
The Consultation involves the parents/carers/children and staff of St Paul's Primary School East Calder, St Ninian's Primary School Dedridge and St Mary's Primary School Polbeth as well as all other key stakeholders associated with the school and statutory consultees as detailed in Schedule 2 of the Act.
The consultation paper is available electronically on the attached linkand will be made available in paper format for uplift from the Civic Centre, Howden South Road, Livingston, EH54 6FF. Paper copies can also be requested from the undernoted West Lothian Council Contact.
The Consultation period will run from Wednesday 30 October 2019 until Tuesday 10 December 2019.
This timescale adheres to the statutory consultation period for such circumstances which is a minimum of 6 consecutive weeks and include at least 30 school days.
Public Consultation Meeting
Public consultation meetings give interested parties opportunity to express their views on the proposal.
A public meeting will be held in respect of this proposal at:
|Bellsquarry Village Hall||Thursday 14 November 2019, 6.30pm - 8.00pm|
West Lothian Council Contact
During the consultation period any views on this proposal can be sent in writing to:
Howden Road South
Responses can also be made by e-mail to email@example.com
All interested parties are invited to submit their comments on or before 5pm Tuesday 10 December 2019.