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LB Merton primary school expansion programme Merton Abbey Primary School Chair: Paul Ballatt – Head of Commissioning, Strategy and Performance Children, Schools & Families Dept. Tom Procter Manager of Contracts and School Organisation, Children, Schools & Families Dept.

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    1. LB Merton primary school expansion programmeMerton Abbey Primary SchoolChair: Paul Ballatt – Head of Commissioning, Strategy and PerformanceChildren, Schools & Families Dept.

    2. Tom Procter Manager of Contracts and School Organisation, Children, Schools & Families Dept.

    3. Birth rate increase = additional primary school places

    4. Agreed reception class expansions21 FE to date - 630 extra reception places in 5 years)

    5. Summary • Rationale for why proposing expansion of Merton Abbey • Legal process • Building plans

    6. Why Merton Abbey?- Overall criteria in selecting schools • Educational standards – good & outstanding schools • Parental preference - popular and over-subscribed schools • Smaller schools expand where feasible • Location – where places most in demand • Physical constraints of existing school sites • Value for money and affordability

    7. Legal process for Merton Abbey Already implemented • Extra reception classes in academic years 2011/12 and 2012/13. This consultation on permanent expansion from September 2013/pre-planning application • Education:> Consider > Publish a statutory notice > Decision > Statutory duty to implement, subject to planning permission • Planning: > Consider and develop > Planning application process > Decision by Planning Committee

    8. Building projectTimescale:Aim to commence Summer 2013 for phased completion for September 2014

    9. Current school building and site

    10. Site plan - Likely extension following feasibility work

    11. Likely extension following feasibility work

    12. Stella FryHeadteacher, Merton Abbey Primary School