Schools review in Pershore wants to hear from parents

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District Chiefs of Education have held public consultations on proposals to change age groups at a number of schools in Perchur.

Schools in the city have asked to review the schools’ age groups and coordinate changes so that there is a clear and consistent educational path for children in Perchor.

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The consultation will run until November 26 and will be an opportunity to exchange views on what is important about school age groups and transitions.

Taking a direct approach from the Pershore Schools last fall, there was a technical analysis to assess risks and issues related to the schools’ current regulation.

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Providing education in Birchur mostly follows a three-level journey, where students attend first schools from the age of 4-9, then move on to middle school at the age of 9-12 and then move on to secondary school at the age of 12 to complete their education.

Changes to schools in the education planning area of ​​Birchur over several years have led to uncertainty and concerns about sustainability across the city as there is now a mix of two and three levels with some schools in this area already converted into primary and secondary schools.

Those schools that have already completed the transition will not make any further changes.

The results of the consultation will be discussed in the Cabinet in February before a final decision is made on which local authority schools to manage. The provincial school commissioner and some governing bodies will also need to make final decisions in February regarding other schools.

Conn Marcus Hart, Cabinet Member for Education said: “The District Council and Worcestershire Children First have been in contact with Pershore Schools and the Academy Trusts for some time now about the current school system in Pershore and their desire for a coordinated approach to changing age groups that is clear and consistent for children and families.”

“The responses we receive will allow bidders and decision makers at the earliest stage to ensure that the needs of the current population as well as the communities for future generations are met.”

Visit www.worcestershire.gov.uk/pershorereview for more.

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