Consultation on a proposal to rationalise the Additional Resource Provision at Hall Mead School

Closed 10 Feb 2020

Opened 13 Jan 2020


Hall Mead is consulting on a proposal to rationalise the Additional Resource Provision (ARP) at the school for pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by merging the existing 10 places in the Learning Resource Unit with the 12  places in the existing ARP to create a 22 place Additionally Resourced provision.

The consultation period starts on Monday 13 January 2020 and will close on Monday 10 February 2020.


Why We Are Consulting

This is an opportunity to express a view on the principle of increasing the ARP's intake.

Please follow the online link to take part in this consultation. The full consultation document can also be found below.


What Happens Next

Thank you for providing your views on the rationalisation proposal. The information gathered from this consultation will form part of the full business case application form that will determine the proposal decision.

Hall Mead School is an academy so will have to follow the process for making significant changes to an academy. The final decision as to whether this proposal is approved for implementation will be made by the Regional Schools Commissioner on behalf of the Department for Education.

If you have any other questions regarding this proposal, please email;



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