northumberland county council notification of proposals for the reorganisation of some maintained schools in the haydon bridge pa


NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL
NOTIFICATION OF PROPOSALS FOR THE REORGANISATION OF SOME MAINTAINED
SCHOOLS IN THE HAYDON BRIDGE PARTNERSHIP
The following proposal falls into three categories.
CLOSURE
Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 15(1) of the
Education and Inspections Act 2006, that it is the intention of
Northumberland County Council, County Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland
NE61 2EF to discontinue (close) the following school;
*
Bellingham Middle School and Sports College, Redesmouth Road,
Bellingham, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48 2EN with effect from 31
August 2019.
Bellingham Middle School and Sports College is a local authority
maintained community school.
In order to facilitate the above proposal, notice is hereby given in
accordance with Section 19(1) of the Education and Inspections Act
2006, that Northumberland County Council, County Hall, Morpeth,
Northumberland NE61 2EF intends to make the following prescribed
alterations to the schools below:
CHANGE OF AGE RANGE
a) Bellingham First School, Redesmouth Road, Bellingham, Hexham,
Northumberland, NE48 2EL by changing the age range of the school.
*
The current age range of Bellingham First School is 4 years to 9
years. The proposed age range for the school is 4 years to 11
years to take effect from 1 September 2019.
b) Kielder Community First School, Kielder, Hexham, Northumberland,
NE48 1HQ by changing the age range of the school.
*
The current age range of Kielder Community First School is 4 years
to 9 years. The proposed age range for the school is 4 years to 11
years to take effect from 1 September 2019.
c) Greenhaugh First School, Greenhaugh, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48
1LX by changing the age range of the school.
*
The current age range of Greenhaugh First School is 4 years to 9
years. The proposed age range for the school is 4 years to 11
years to take effect from 1 September 2019.
d) Otterburn First School, Otterburn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and
Wear, NE19 1JF by changing the age range of the school.
*
The current age range of Otterburn First School is 3 years to 9
years. The proposed age range for the school is 3 years to 11
years to take effect from 1 September 2019.
e) West Woodburn First School, West Woodburn, Hexham, Northumberland,
NE48 2RX by changing the age range of the school
*
The current age range of West Woodburn First School is 4 years to
9 years. The proposed age range for the school is 4 years to 11
years to take effect from 1 September 2019.
For the purposes of providing further information, should
Northumberland County Council decide to implement the above proposals,
this decision would be made in conjunction with a decision by the
Council to change the current age range of Wark Church of England
First School, Wark, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48 3LS from age 3 to 9
school to an age 3 to 11 school with effect from 1 September 2019,
which is not required to be part of this statutory proposal
ENLARGEMENT OF PREMISES
In order to facilitate the above proposals, notice is hereby given in
accordance with Section 19(1) of the Education and Inspections Act
2006, that Northumberland County Council County Hall, Morpeth,
Northumberland NE61 2EF, intends to make the following prescribed
alterations to the schools below:
f) Otterburn First School, Otterburn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and
Wear, NE19 1JF by permanent enlargement of the premises with effect
from 1 September 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.
*
The number of pupils on roll at the school in May 2018 was 32. The
current published capacity of the school is 75 but includes
accommodation allocated to the current nursery provision. The
proposed capacity of the school is to be 70 for pupils aged 4 to
11. The current maximum number of pupils admitted at age 4 is 15.
The maximum number of pupils to be admitted to the school at age 4
from 1 September 2019 and subsequent years would be 10. Nursery
admission numbers would remain unchanged.
g) Greenhaugh First School, Greenhaugh, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48
1LX by permanent enlargement of the premises with effect from 1
September 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.
*
The number of pupils on roll at the school in May 2018 is 27. The
current published capacity of the school is 40. The proposed
capacity of the school is to be 56. The current maximum number of
pupils admitted at age 4 is 8. The maximum number of pupils to be
admitted to the school at age 4 from 1 September 2019 and
subsequent years would be 8.
In the interests of providing further information, Bellingham Middle
School and Sports College and Bellingham First School occupy parts of
the same building and it is proposed that Bellingham First School
would also occupy that area of the building in which the middle school
is currently accommodated. It is also proposed that the children’s
centre currently located on the Bellingham schools’ site would
relocate within the main school building with effect from 1 September
2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. Furthermore, in the interests
of providing further information, it is proposed that there would be
changes to the capacity and planned admission number as appropriate of
the following schools:
*
Bellingham First School, Redesmouth Road, Bellingham, Hexham,
Northumberland, NE48 2EL. The number of pupils on roll at the
school in May 2018 was 49. The current published capacity of the
school is 75. The proposed capacity of the school is to be 105.
The current maximum number of pupils admitted at age 4 is 15. The
maximum number of pupils to be admitted to the school at age 4
from 1 September 2019 and subsequent years would be 15.
*
Kielder Community First School, Kielder, Hexham, Northumberland,
NE48 1HQ. The number of pupils on roll at the school in May 2018
was 11. The current published capacity of the school is 75. The
proposed capacity of the school is to be 50. The current maximum
number of pupils admitted at age 4 is 8. The maximum number of
pupils to be admitted to the school at age 4 from 1 September 2019
and subsequent years would be 8.
*
Wark Church of England First School, Wark, Hexham, Northumberland,
NE48 3LS. The number of pupils on roll at the school in May 2018
was 32. The current published capacity of the school is 75. The
proposed capacity of the school is to be 70. The current maximum
number of pupils admitted at age 4 is 15. The maximum number of
pupils to be admitted to the school at age 4 from 1 September 2019
and subsequent years would be 10.
*
West Woodburn First School, West Woodburn, Hexham, Northumberland,
NE48 2RX. The number of pupils on roll at the school in May 2018
was 23. The current published capacity of the school is 44. The
proposed capacity of the school is to be 42. The current maximum
number of pupils admitted at age 4 is 10. The maximum number of
pupils to be admitted to the school at age 4 from 1 September 2019
and subsequent years would be 6.
Bellingham, Kielder, Otterburn, Greenhaugh and West Woodburn First
Schools are local authority maintained community schools. Wark Church
of England First School is a local authority maintained voluntary
school.
In the interests of providing further information, as set out above it
is proposed to reduce the Planned Admissions Numbers (PAN) of
Otterburn, West Woodburn First School and Wark Church of England First
Schools with effect from 1 September 2019. It is also proposed to
increase the PAN of Haydon Bridge High School from 65 to 120 into Year
7 and Year 8, and to reduce the PAN from 120 to 65 into Year 9 with
effect from 1 September 2019. There would be one intake of 120 into
Year 7 only at Haydon Bridge High School with effect from 1 September
2020 onwards. Should this statutory proposal be approved by the
Council at a later date, proposals to reduce the published PANs of the
above schools would be referred for approval to the Schools
Adjudicator in accordance with the School Admissions Code 2014.
Copies of the full Statutory Proposal may be obtained from:
The School Organisation and Resources Team
Education and Skills
Wellbeing and Community Health Services
Northumberland County Council
County Hall
Morpeth
Northumberland
NE61 2EF
or from the Council’s website at
www.northumberland.gov.uk/schoolconsultations
All schools named above form part of the Haydon Bridge Partnership of
schools.
Implementation.
*
Bellingham Middle School and Sports College is proposed to close
with effect from 31 August 2019.
*
Kielder, Otterburn, Greenhaugh and West Woodburn First Schools and
Wark Church of England First School are proposed to extend their
age ranges and to reorganise to become primary schools with effect
from 1 September 2019 in a phased way. The schools would retain
Year 5 in September 2019 and would then retain Year 6 in September
2020. Bellingham First School is proposed to extend its age range
and to reorganise to become a primary school with effect from 1
September 2019, at which point it would retain Year 5 and would
receive the Year 6 cohort (subject to parental preference)
transferring from Bellingham Middle School following its closure
on 31 August 2019.
Objectives and reason for closure
The objectives of this proposal are to:
*
Discontinue (close) Bellingham Middle School and Sports College,
Redesmouth Road, Bellingham, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48 2EN with
effect from 31 August 2019.
*
Extend the age ranges of:-
*
Bellingham First School, Redesmouth Road, Bellingham, Hexham,
Northumberland, NE48 2EL by changing the age range of the
school. The current age range of Bellingham First School is 4
years to 9 years. The proposed age range for the school is 4
years to 11 years to take effect from 1 September 2019.
*
Kielder Community First School, Kielder, Hexham,
Northumberland, NE48 1HQ by changing the age range of the
school. The current age range of Kielder Community First
School is 4 years to 9 years. The proposed age range for the
school is 4 years to 11 years to take effect from 1 September
2019.
*
Greenhaugh First School, Greenhaugh, Hexham, Northumberland,
NE48 1LX by changing the age range of the school. The current
age range of Greenhaugh First School is 4 years to 9 years.
The proposed age range for the school is 4 years to 11 years
to take effect from 1 September 2019.
*
Otterburn First School, Otterburn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne
and Wear, NE19 1JF by changing the age range of the school.
The current age range of Otterburn First School is 3 years to
9 years. The proposed age range for the school is 3 years to
11 years to take effect from 1 September 2019.
*
West Woodburn First School, West Woodburn, Hexham,
Northumberland, NE48 2RX by changing the age range of the
school. The current age range of West Woodburn First School is
4 years to 9 years. The proposed age range for the school is 4
years to 11 years to take effect from 1 September 2019.
Reasons for proposal:
In January 2018 and between 19 February and 9 April 2019, two phases
of informal consultation were carried out by Northumberland County
Council on ideas for the organisation of schools in Haydon Bridge and
Hexham School Partnerships in the west of the county. These
consultations were promulgated by a number of external factors,
including:
a) The potential closure of Haydon Bridge High School due to the
withdrawal of the Bright Tribe Trust as a sponsor.
b) A consultation carried out by the Hadrian Learning Trust in Hexham
Partnership to seek authorisation from the Regional Schools
Commissioner to change its age range.
c) The financial difficulties predicted by several schools if they are
to maintain an appropriate curriculum offer.
d) The poor physical state of many school and academy buildings and
need for significant investment in the school estate.
e) Home to school transport arrangements in light of the rural nature
of the west of the county.
Having considered feedback from consultation and the educational case
for change in relation to the Haydon Bridge and Hexham Partnerships,
the Council’s Cabinet has approved publication of this statutory
proposal to close Bellingham Middle School and Sports College to take
effect from 31 August 2019 and to extend the age ranges of Bellingham,
Kielder, Otterburn, Greenhaugh and West Woodburn First Schools to take
effect from 1 September 2019. The Council is not required to publish a
statutory proposal in relation to Wark Church of England First School
and any decision in this regard would be made in conjunction with the
outcomes of the proposals set out in this statutory proposal. The
publication of the statutory proposals has been approved on the basis
that the establishment of a primary-secondary model across the whole
of the Haydon Bridge Partnership would be in the best educational
interests of the current and future pupils in that area. The
introduction of one system of school organisation across the Haydon
Bridge Partnership would necessitate the closure of Bellingham Middle
School and Sports College, but would enable primary schools to have
larger cohorts of pupils in Years 5 and 6 and enable Haydon Bridge
High School to have larger cohorts in Years 7 and 8. No proposals for
statutory organisational changes to local authority maintained schools
in the Hexham Partnership have been proposed as a result of informal
consultation.
Effect on other schools, academies and educational institutions in the
area
Haltwhistle Community Campus is an academy trust within the Haydon
Bridge Partnership, which includes Haltwhistle First School and
Haltwhistle Middle School; should the Council approve the proposals
set out in the statutory proposal at a later date, the Council would
work with the new sponsor of Haltwhistle Community Campus to develop a
solution that would fit with the wider organisation of schools in the
Haydon Bridge Partnership. Should the new sponsor of Haltwhistle
Community Campus submit a request to the Regional Schools Commissioner
for the closure of Haltwhistle Middle School, the timeline for closure
and the transition arrangements for pupils would be the same as those
for Bellingham Middle school and Sports College set out in the
‘Displaced pupils and timeline for implementation’ section of this
proposal. Similarly, should the new sponsor of Haltwhistle Community
Campus submit a request to the RSC for the extension of the age range
of Haltwhistle First School from an age 3 to 9 academy to an age 3 to
11 academy, the timeline and transition arrangements for pupils would
be the same as those for the first schools set out in the ‘Displaced
pupils and timeline for implementation’ section of this proposal.
Project Costs and Proposed Stages for Implementation
Should this Statutory Proposal be approved for implementation, there
would be a need to carry out building works to facilitate the changes.
Building costs set out in Table 1 below are estimates and should be
treated as draft as they are subject to further detailed work and a
tender process.
Table 1
School
Description
Costs
Bellingham Primary
internal refurbishment to include relocation of the children’s centre
provision into the main building, to give a 0-11 provision in one
building
£912k
Kielder Primary
No works required
Nil
Otterburn Primary
A classroom extension to include toilet and cloakroom provision
£335k
Wark C of E Primary
Minor internal refurbishment
£10k
Greenhaugh Primary
A classroom extension to include toilet and cloakroom provision
£366k
West Woodburn Primary
No works required
Nil
*Haydon Bridge High School
Rationalise all teaching accommodation, which will include demolition
of some blocks. Refurbishment of remaining teaching blocks together
with roof and window replacements
Estimated
£2.5m - £3m
*Proposed capital spend at Haydon Bridge High School given in the
interests of providing further information linked to the statutory
proposal.
The total estimated cost of funding the capital work associated with
the proposed model for Haydon Bridge is around £4.6m.
Funding Source
Contribution
Council’s Medium Term Plan
£2.59m
School’s Capital Investment Programme
£2.m
LCVAP (church capital grant) (90% of RC and C of E Aided costs.) NOTE:
Further discussions to take place with the Church of England Diocese
regarding this process
£0.009m
Pupil Numbers and Admissions
Bellingham Middle School and Sports College
There are currently 108 pupils on roll at Bellingham Middle School and
Sports College.
The age range of the school is 9-13 and provides education to both
boys and girls.
There are currently 3 pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at the school.
Bellingham First School,
There are currently 49 pupils on roll at Bellingham First School.
The current age range of Bellingham First School is 4 years to 9 years
and provides education to both boys and girls.
There are currently 2 pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at the school.
Kielder Community First School
There are currently 11 pupils on roll at Kielder Community First
School.
The current age range of Kielder Community First School is 4 years to
9 years and provides education to both boys and girls.
There is currently one child with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at the school.
Greenhaugh First School
There are currently 27 pupils on roll at Greenhaugh First School.
The current age range of Greenhaugh First School is 4 years to 9 years
and provides education to both boys and girls.
There are currently no children with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at the school.
Otterburn First School
There are currently 32 pupils on roll at Otterburn First School.
The current age range of Otterburn First School is 3 years to 9 years.
There are currently no children with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at the school.
West Woodburn First School
There are currently 24 pupils on roll at West Woodburn First School.
The current age range of West Woodburn First School is 4 years to 9
years and provides education to both boys and girls.
There are currently no children with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at the school.
Wark Church of England First School
In the interests of providing further information, the following pupil
information is provided in relation to Wark Church of England First
School:
There are currently 32 pupils on roll at the school.
The current age range is 3 to 9 years and provides education to both
boys and girls.
There is currently one child with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at the school.
Displaced Pupils and timeline for implementation
In accordance with section 15(1) of the Education and Inspections Act
2006, Northumberland County Council intends to discontinue (close) the
following school with effect from 31 August 2019:
*
Bellingham Middle School and Sports College, Redesmouth Road,
Bellingham, Hexham, Northumberland, NE48 2EN. In May 2018, there
were 108 pupils enrolled at Bellingham Middle School, a local
authority maintained community school. It is expected that a
similar number of pupils would be on roll in September 2019, who
would be displaced should the school close.
To facilitate this, it is proposed that the following model be
implemented in accordance with the following arrangements and timeline
subject to finalisation of the associated buildings programme:
First schools in the Haydon Bridge Partnership that would become
primary schools (Greenhaugh, West Woodburn, Bellingham, Kielder,
Otterburn First Schools and Wark Church of England First School)
1 September 2019
*
Pupils in Year 4 in the all of the above first schools on 31
August 2019 would be retained by their new primary schools as the
new Year 5.
1 September 2020
*
Pupils in Year 5 in these primary schools on 31 August 2020 would
be retained as the new Year 6.
1 September 2021
*
Pupils in Year 6 in the these primary schools on 31 August 2021
would transfer as the new Year 7 to Haydon Bridge High School and
would join other Year 7 pupils moving from the existing primary
schools in the Haydon Bridge Partnership, or to another school
providing education in those year groups according to parental
preference.
Haydon Bridge High School
1 September 2019
*
Students on roll in Year 6 in existing primary schools in the
Haydon Bridge Partnership on 31 August 2019 would transfer into
Year 7 at Haydon Bridge High School as usual.
*
Students on roll in Years 6 and 7 at Bellingham Middle School and
Sports College on 31 August 2019 would transfer to Haydon Bridge
High School and join the Year 7 and 8 cohorts or to another school
providing education in those year groups according to parental
preference.
1 September 2020
*
Students on roll in Year 6 in Bellingham Primary on 31 August 2020
would transfer to Haydon Bridge High School as part of the Year 7
cohort.
*
Haydon Bridge High School would reduce the number of intakes into
the school to one only at Year 7 and for each subsequent year. The
Planned Admission Number into the school would be reduced to 120.
Requests for admission into year groups other than Year 7 at the
school would be treated as in-year admissions.
1 September 2021
*
Pupils in Year 6 in the new primary schools in the Haydon Bridge
Partnership on 31 August 2021 would transfer as the new Year 7 to
Haydon Bridge High School and would join other Year 7 pupils
moving from the existing primary schools in the Haydon Bridge
Partnership.
*
However, parents would be able to apply for a place at any other
appropriate school according to parental preference, subject to a
place being available.
Impact on the Community
There would be an impact on the community as a result of this proposal
as educational provision in Years 7 and 8 would be removed from
Bellingham village. However, educational places in Years 7 and 8 for
pupils in these years groups would be provided at Haydon Bridge High
School from September 2019. However, the villages of Kielder,
Greenhaugh, West Woodburn, Otterburn and Wark would retain their
primary age children for an additional two years in Years 5 and 6.
As it is proposed that Bellingham First School would continue within
building it currently shares with the middle school, there would be no
loss of provision to the village in relation to buildings.
Furthermore, it is proposed that the early years provider on the site
of the Bellingham schools would be able to relocate within the main
building, thereby providing an opportunity to enhance provision.
Balance of denominational provision
There would be no impact on the balance of denominational provision
within the Haydon Bridge Partnership as Bellingham Middle School and
Sports College does not have a religious character.
Rural Primary Schools
Bellingham Middle School and Sports College is a middle school, deemed
secondary therefore in the opinion of Northumberland County Council
does not fall within the categorisation of a rural primary school as
set out in Section 15 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006.
Furthermore, the school is not listed on the DfE’s List of Designated
Rural Primary Schools 2017.
Bellingham, Otterburn, Kielder, Greenhaugh, West Woodburn First
Schools and Wark Church of England First School are listed on the
DfE’s List of Designated Rural Primary Schools 2017. However, as the
proposal is for these schools to extend their age range, this policy
area would not be impacted.
Maintained nursery schools
The nursery provision currently provided at the first schools proposed
to extend their age ranges as a result of this statutory proposal
would not be affected by its implementation.
Provision for 16-19 year olds
N/A - There is no provision for students aged 16 to 19 in Bellingham
Middle School.
Special educational provision
Provision for pupils with SEN is already provided at the schools that
are the subject of this Statutory Proposal.
*
There are currently 3 pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan
on roll at Bellingham Middle School and Sports College. Should
this statutory proposal be approved for implementation, the
families of pupils with an EHCP on roll at Bellingham Middle
School who would be displaced by its closure would be consulted
about any specific potential impacts on their child and it would
be ensured that appropriate individual arrangements were made
where this is necessary to avoid potential adverse impacts,
including any reasonable adjustments.
*
There are currently 2 pupils with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at Bellingham First School.
*
There is currently one child with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at Kielder Community First School.
*
There are currently no children with an Educational Health Care
Plan enrolled at Greenhaugh First School.
*
There are currently no children with an Educational Health Care
Plan enrolled at Otterburn First School.
*
There are currently no children with an Educational Health Care
Plan enrolled at West Woodburn First School.
*
There is currently one child with an Educational Health Care Plan
enrolled at Wark Church of England First School.
Continuity for current and future pupils with SEN at the above first
schools would be achieved as a result of the implementation of this
proposal, as pupils would stay longer in their primary schools and
would transfer to the next school phase only once at the end of Year
6, and would stay longer at Haydon Bridge High School.
Travel
*
Transport for all pupils affected by the proposed reorganisation
should it be approved would be arranged in accordance with the
Council’s Home to School Transport Policy.
*
Pupils transferring from Year 4 to Year 5 in September 2019 would
remain in their first schools as the schools reorganise to primary
status. It is envisaged that many pupils in Years 5 and 6 in the
new primary schools would have shorter journeys to schools as they
would be educated for an additional two years in the primary
schools within their local communities.
*
The journeys of pupils in Bellingham Middle School and Sports
College transferring from Year 5 to Year 6 at Bellingham Primary
School (as it would be) would not be impacted as they would remain
in their current location.
*
Some pupils transferring from Years 6 and 7 into Years 7 and 8 at
Haydon Bridge High School in September 2019 and in Years 7 and 8
thereafter would have an extended journey length dependent on
where they reside. Pupils residing more than 3 miles from Haydon
Bridge High School, or where there is no safe walking route to
that school, or who are from low income backgrounds may be
eligible to free Home to School Transport.
*
The longest journey currently undertaken by a secondary age pupil
living in the Haydon Bridge Partnership greater catchment to and
from Haydon Bridge High School is 80 minutes each way, while the
Department for Education’s School Travel and Transport guidance
suggests that students of secondary age (11 upwards), should
travel no more than 75 minutes each way to and from school.
Therefore, it is envisaged that as a result of the implementation
of this proposal, most secondary age students who live in the
Haydon Bridge Partnership greater catchment and who would travel
to and from Haydon Bridge High School would have journeys within
the 75 minutes suggested in the DfE guidance.
*
In any event, transport for displaced pupils would be arranged in
line with the County Council’s Home to School Transport Policy.
*
There would be no anticipated significant increase in car use as a
result of these proposals.
Consultation
All of the applicable statutory requirements to consult on this
proposal in accordance with Section (15(1) of the Education and
Inspections Act 2006 were complied with during the two-phased informal
(pre-publication) consultation period that took place during the
following dates:
*
15 January to 2 February 2018
*
19 February to 9 April 2018
Consultees recommended in the relevant statutory guidance were
consulted via a Consultation Document that was made widely available
on the Council’s website. Consultees included parents, staff, pupils,
Governors of the impacted schools in the Haydon Bridge and Hexham
Partnerships, local parish councils, the Church of England and Roman
Catholic dioceses, early-years providers, the local MP, staff
representatives (unions), neighbouring local authorities and relevant
neighbouring schools in other Northumberland Partnerships or local
authorities. Two public consultation events were also held in Haydon
Bridge (26 February 2018) and Hexham (17 March 2018) which were very
well attended. Individual meetings with staff and the Governing Bodies
of schools that were proposed for closure were undertaken in both
partnerships during Phase 2 of the informal consultation period.
The meetings organised during the two consultation events allowed
consultees attending to the opportunity to make known their views on
the proposals and to suggest alternatives, which were noted and
considered within the analysis of feedback. During the two
consultation exercises, it was made clear that the outcome of the
process would not be determined by the equivalent to a simple
referendum but would involve a detailed analysis of evidence put
forward. A total of 3,023 responses were received from consultees
during the informal consultation process, including additional
information such as business plans and alternative proposals
Details of the persons and parties consulted, the notes of the
Governing Body and staff consultation meetings, and all views and
responses received are summarised in the Executive Director of
Children’s Services Report to Cabinet 8 May 2018, which is available
on the Council’s website at
http://committee.northumberland.gov.uk/Meeting.aspx?MeetID=7797.
Submission of Objections and Comments on Proposals
Within four weeks after the date of publication of the above proposals
(i.e. by midnight on Thursday 7 June 2018), any person may object to
or make comments on the proposals by sending their written
representations to: The Executive Director of Children’s Services,
County Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland NE61 2EF, or by email to
[email protected]
Signature Publication Date: 10 May 2018

Cath McEvoy
Executive Director of Children’s Services
Northumberland County Council
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