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The Education (School Organisation Proposals) (England) Regulations 1999

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SCHEDULE 2INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN PUBLISHED PROPOSALS

PART IINFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN ALL PUBLISHED PROPOSALS TO ESTABLISH, ALTER OR DISCONTINUE A SCHOOL

1.  The name of the persons or body publishing the proposals.

2.  The date on which the proposals are planned to be implemented or, where the proposals are planned to be implemented in stages, the date on which each stage is planned to be implemented.

3.  A statement explaining the effect of paragraph 2 of Schedule 6 or, as the case may be, paragraph 7 of Schedule 7 and regulation 7 including–

(a)the date by which objections should be sent to the relevant local education authority or school organisation committee; and

(b)the address of the local education authority or school organisation committee to which objections should be sent.

PART IIADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN PUBLISHED PROPOSALS TO ESTABLISH A NEW SCHOOL

4.  The location of the site of the proposed school (including, where appropriate, the postal address).

5.  The category (as set out in section 20(1) of the Act) into which the proposed school will fall.

6.  Information on–

(a)whether the new school will admit pupils of both sexes or whether it will admit pupils of one sex only; and

(b)whether it is proposed that the admission arrangements for the new school will make provision for selection by ability such as is mentioned in section 101 of the Act (pupil banding).

7.  Where the proposed school is to be established in substitution for one or more discontinued grammar schools a statement to this effect and (if regulations under section 104(5) of the Act so provide) a statement that the school may be designated as a grammar school for the purpose of Chapter II of Part III of the Act.

8.  If the new school is to have a religious character, information about such religious character.

9.  The proposed arrangement for transport of pupils to the new school.

10.  The number of pupils to be admitted to the new school in each relevant age group in the first school year in which the proposals have been implemented or, where it is intended that the proposals should be implemented in stages, the number of pupils to be admitted to the new school in the first school year in which each stage has been implemented.

11.  Where the proposed school is to be established on the site which is occupied by a school to which section 15 of the Act applies and which it is intended to discontinue, a statement as to how the curriculum, staffing and (if relevant) the buildings of the proposed school will differ from those of the school proposed to be discontinued.

12.  A statement as to whether the governing body of the proposed school of the local education authority will be the admission authority.

13.  Where the proposals are to establish a new voluntary controlled or foundation school a statement as to whether the proposals are to be implemented by the local education authority or by the promoters, and, if the proposals are to be implemented by both, a statement as to the extent to which they are to be implemented by each body.

PART IIIADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN PUBLISHED PROPOSALS TO MAKE A PRESCRIBED ALTERATION TO A SCHOOL

14.  A description of the proposed alteration.

15.  Where the alteration is an alteration falling within paragraph 1(1) or 2 of Schedule 1 to these Regulations, a statement of the number of pupils at the school at the time of publication of the proposals, the capacity of the school and the proposed capacity of the school after the alteration.

16.  The number of pupils to be admitted to the school in each relevant age group in the first school year in which the proposals have been implemented or, where it is intended that the proposals should be implemented in stages, the number of pupils to be admitted to the school in the first school year in which each stage has been implemented.

17.  Where the proposals relate to a foundation or voluntary controlled school a statement as to whether the proposals are to be implemented by the local education authority or by the governing body, and, if the proposals are to be implemented by both, a statement as to the extent to which they are to be implemented by each body.

PART IVADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN PUBLISHED PROPOSALS TO DISCONTINUE A SCHOOL

18.  Details of the schools which pupils who are at the school to be discontinued may attend including any interim arrangements.

19.  Details of any other measures proposed to be taken to increase the number of school places available in consequence of the proposed discontinuance.

20.  The proposed arrangements for transport of such pupils to other schools.

PART VINFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN PUBLISHED PROPOSALS TO VARY A STANDARD NUMBER

21.  The name of the local education authority or governing body publishing the proposals.

22.  The standard number applying to the school at the time of the publication of the proposals for the relevant age group to which the proposals relate.

23.  The standard number proposed for that relevant age group.

24.  The number of pupils admitted to the school in that relevant age group during the school year in which the proposals are published.

25.  The date from which it is proposed that the new standard number should take effect.

26.  A statement explaining the effect of paragraph 5(4) and (5) of Schedule 23 and regulation 7 including–

(a)the date by which objections should be sent to the school organisation committee; and

(b)the address of the school organisation committee to which objections should be sent.

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