The Molesey Residents Association is a non-party political organisation which aims to protect and enhance the amenities and the environment of East and West Molesey.

Hurst Park School move to John Nightingale site

Surrey County Council, in conjunction with the Governing Body of Hurst Park Primary School, is proposing to relocate the school, in September 2015, to a purpose built new building on the site of the former John Nightingale Special school on Hurst Road West Molesey; to expand the school to allow for a roll of 420 pupils (two forms of entry or 2 FE) with effect from September 2015. A form of entry is normally 30 pupils.  They propose that the expansion be incremental, starting with the admission of two Reception classes in September 2015 and, year on year, building up to 2 FE throughout until the school is at capacity

 SCC wants to know what parents, staff, residents and other schools in the area think about this proposal, and have launched a consultation which runs from Monday 2 December until Monday 6 January 2014.

 You can access the consultation document and details via this link:

 http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/723923/131126-Hurst-Park-final-version-consultation-.pdf

 

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