School Organisation Consultation - New Rush Hall School

Closes 2 Dec 2019

Opened 4 Nov 2019

Overview

The New Rush Hall School is a 64-place Community Special School, which accommodates children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs, from ages 5 to 16. The school presently operates with three 8-place classes in the primary phase and five 8-place classes in the secondary phase. 

The London Borough of Redbridge is proposing to enlarge the formal capacity of The New Rush Hall School from 64 places to 80 places. In line with the present remit of the school, these places would be for pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs. These additional places would be evenly split across Key Stage 1 (8 places) and Key Stage 2 (8 places). 

As the new Key Stage 1 class is, in part, intended to replace the Piccolo provision currently located at New Rush Hall, it is expected that this will fill immediately. In contrast, as the Key Stage 2 class represents entirely new provision, it is anticipated that it will fill more gradually, in line with increasing demand for this service and as appropriate need is identified. The impact on the capacity of the school will be to increase the number of 8-place classes in the primary phase to five, thereby balancing it with the five 8-place classes on offer in the secondary phase. 

The document below provides further information about this proposal. 

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You can find the statutory notice below. 

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