South Bristol Schools Crisis
Offers for primary school places have been made for September 2014 and we are delighted that the local schools were able to accommodate all children living in the area. Many families got their first choice. Thank you to the Council and schools for their hard work.
The area now has sufficient reception places for all the children in the area. There has been strong support from the Council, with the acquisition of land for Ashton Gate and Southville to expand, and from the local schools which have expanded or taken on "bulge" classes when needed. There are also plans to create a new school on the caravan site near Spike Island, which should increase choice for BS3 families and help with the lack of places in the Hotwells and Clifton Wood areas.
We continue to monitor these developments and keep the community informed.
South Bristol Schools Campaign is a community-led group initially formed when there was a lack of local school places in BS3. It seems that long term solutions are now in place, so our role will now be limited to liaising with schools and the Council to ensure the delivery of promised new places and new sites, and to share information with the local community.For the latest information, join the mailing list - this will allow the campaign group to quickly and easily inform and keep track of all those concerned.You can also email the campaign group: email@example.com
Wednesday, 8 June 2011
The South Bristol School Crisis has thankfully been resolved for 2011 but the shortage of primary places in the area needs a permanent solution.
Make your voice heard and get in touch:
post: BS3 Planning Group
or post your completed flyer questionnaire into the box at the Hen & Chicken on North St.
Saturday, 4 June 2011
Reception short fall
You may have heard that there has been a shortage of reception class places in our area this year, as a consequence we have been approached to open an additional class which will mean there will be two of this year group through the school. We feel this is an exciting opportunity to share our skills and expertise in our wider community and that it will enhance the provision we offer by giving us more staff, parents and pupils.
Many thanks to Compass Point's governors and staff for showing such community spirit and for the hard work they will have to put into making this happen.