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Moorlands Learning Trust and Ilkley Grammar School Consultation

Consultation on the Expansion of the School Resourced Provision (SRP) for Children and Young People with SEND at Ilkley Grammar School

Purpose of this Consultation Document:

This document is to explain the proposal by Moorlands Learning Trust (MLT) to expand the 12 place School Resourced Provision for secondary aged children and young people with communication and interaction needs including autistic spectrum disorders (ASD), delivered at Ilkley Grammar School.

Ilkley Grammar School (IGS) has been successfully operating its SRP for the last 3 years and this is now hugely over-subscribed. Bradford Metropolitan District Council (BMDC), alongside MLT and IGS have therefore reviewed the numbers of children in the community and what their needs are and have concluded that additional places within the SRP are much needed due to demand in the area.

MLT is therefore seeking your views in this consultation on the proposal to expand IGS’s provision from a 12 place to a 24 place SRP as part of the statutory process which is required before alterations of these kind can be made to academies.

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