December 2018 Update
The Council have extended the consultation period for a further 14 days until 10th December . A further public meeting has been arranged for Thursday 6th December at 3:30pm at the school.
November 2018 Update:
Consultation Information ASD Proposal – Update
The informal consultation with our parent/carer community has ended and the Council have opened a formal (statutory) consultation on the ASD Proposal. A link to the Camden website can be found here
Any feedback we have had from parents already, both to the school directly and to the Council, will be considered as part of the proposal moving forward. How to provide feedback is the same as before, but details of this can be found at the link page.
The formal consultation begins today and ends on Sunday 25th November 2018. Information about the whole project will feature in the Camden New Journal this week.
As part of this process, there will be a public meeting at Primrose Hill Primary School on Wednesday 5th November from 5pm to 7pm.
If you have any questions at all or would like to ask me anything in the meantime, please do come and have a chat.
There are paper documents outside my office and in the main Reception area.
You will have read some information which Robin has included in recent newsletters, about a consultation on a proposal to develop a provision at Primrose Hill to support pupils with Autism.
At the first Governing Body meeting of the academic year, Governors voted their agreement to proceed with the proposal for the provision, and the informal consultation begins today and ends on Friday 12th October 2018.
Please follow this link for more information. This is also on display with more detail outside my office.
Robin will also be holding three information sessions for you to hear about the proposal and have the opportunity to ask any questions. These sessions will take place on:
· Tuesday 2nd October at 9am
· Tuesday 9th October at 9am
· Thursday 11th October at 3pm
If you have any questions at all or would like to ask me anything in the meantime, please do come and have a chat. There will be a number of Governors at the briefings for you to speak to if you wish.