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Proposed Academy Conversion Consultation Outcomes

John Emmerson Batty Primary School

Academy Conversion Consultation Response Summary – Jan 2018

Parties consulted: Staff, School Community, Governors, Parents and Carers, Unions (Through Galileo Trust Representative)

How consulted:

Using agreed consultation letter plus, consultation meeting attended by

Governors, parents and staff. Formal staff consultation led by LA officers.

Responses to Consultation:

  • There were 30 written Parent/Carer responses
  • There were 3 written staff responses
  • There were 2 written governor responses

Table of response outcomes.

Respon-dent Question Asked Yes No  Not Sure 
Parents / carers Do you Support the decision for the school to become an academy? 19

(63%)

1

(3%)

10

(33%)

Parents / carers The proposal is that the school will be an Academy within a primary Mutli-Academy Trust with partnership schools. Do you agree with this arrangement? 18

(60%)

2

(7%)

10

(33%)

Staff Member Do you Support the decision for the school to become an academy? 3

(100%)

0

(0%)

0

(0%)

Staff Member The proposal is that the school will be an Academy within a primary Mutli-Academy Trust with partnership schools. Do you agree with this arrangement? 3

(100%)

0

(0%)

0

(0%)

Governor Do you Support the decision for the school to become an academy? 2

(100%)

0

(0%)

0

(0%)

Governor The proposal is that the school will be an Academy within a primary Mutli-Academy Trust with partnership schools. Do you agree with this arrangement? 2

(100%)

0

(0%)

0

(0%)

 

  • We had a number of written comments and questions. A response was provided to these by the HT. Please click here to read them.

 

  • In relation to the consultation meeting, all attendees left the meeting stating that they agreed with the proposal.
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