Schools For The Future
July 2020: Consultation results and next steps
Following the recent consultation for Fulbook to become an extended Secondary school, we are pleased to share the exciting results with you! Click here to view them online.
The results will be considered by Councillors at the Children’s Services Overview and Scrutiny meeting on 7th July. A final decision about next steps are then due to be made, at the Council’s Executive meeting on 17th July.
February 2020: Consultation
We are now at consultation stage for Fulbrook to become an extended Secondary school. Please support us by completing the online questionnaire. Invite friends and family to have their say too.
This consultation closed on 15th April 2020.
December 2018: Extended Age Range
It is the collective vision and remit of the Governing Bodies and Head Teachers from Fulbrook, Swallowfield Lower School, Aspley Guise Lower School, Husborne Crawley Lower School, Woburn Lower School and Ridgmont Lower School (known as the Fulbrook Pyramid) to provide the best quality education in our local schools, for our local families. Over the last year, we have been reviewing opportunities for closer collaboration and, in September 2018, we agreed to work more closely together to provide an ‘All Through’ education provision from 2 to 16 years. The proposed provision will be distinctive, with an ethos and values reflecting those important to local people and with high levels of achievement at its heart.
In order to achieve this, Fulbrook now needs to follow some key formal procedures in order to become an extended secondary (9-16) school.
The consultation document, detailing our proposal for the change of age range, is attached at the link below.
We invite you to share your views using the Response Form in the second link below.
This consultation closed on 21st January 2019