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Saltney schools consultation

Published: 16/05/2014

A consultation has opened into a proposed merger of Saltney Ferry Primary School and St David’s High School in Saltney. . The first option being put forward for public consultation will be to change the age-range of St. David’s High School from 11-18 to 11-16 from September 2016. This is similar to the arrangements proposed for high schools at Holywell, Connah’s Quay and Queensferry from September 2016 and for Buckley Elfed High School from September 2014. Courses for post-16 students will be available at a new Sixth Form Hub at Connah’s Quay from September 2016. The second option is to amalgamate Saltney Ferry Primary School with St. David’s High School from September 2015 and to change the age-range of the High School to 3-16 from September 2016. There are a number of ways you can register your views with the Council. You can: · ask questions and let us know your views at these meetings · complete a questionnaire on-line at www.flintshire.gov.uk/areaschoolsreview · complete a paper questionnaire and return it to the School Modernisation Team, Lifelong Learning, County Hall, Mold, Flintshire CH7 6ND; or · alternatively put your responses/questions in writing to the School Modernisation Team, Lifelong Learning, County Hall, Mold, Flintshire CH7 6ND The consultation officially starts on Monday 19 May and details will be online at www.flintshire.gov.uk/areaschoolsreview. The consultation will close on 4 July 2014. Editors note Consultation meetings for St David’s High School will take place on Monday 19 May at 4pm for staff and 6pm for parents and carers. The meetings for Saltney Ferry Primary School will be held on Thursday 22 May at 4pm for staff and at 6pm for parents and carers.


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