Consultation relating to the expansion of the Bramley Oak Academy building in order to facilitate an increase in pupil numbers in collaboration with Surrey County Council
Bramley Oak Academy and London South East Academy Trust are working alongside Surrey County Council to expand the number of pupils within the school by 43. This increase in numbers is to support the ongoing need for pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. The school has recently received a 'Good' rating by Ofsted and the wider trust has an established track record for supporting expanding specialist provisions. We wish to build upon this good practice to provide support for a greater number of children with SEND. The creation of these new spaces will act to support the increased and ongoing need of young people in Surrey.
The new buildings will contain a range of new classrooms and facilities which will benefit all pupils and provide classrooms, hall space, dining facilities and all other necessary spaces to support the additional pupils. The school will continue to provide provision for boys but will also aim to provide SEMH places for girls through a later significant change application and separate consultation process.
Our Local Academy Council, SEMH Provision Board, Trust Leadership and Trust Board remain fully committed to the project and support the ongoing collaboration with SEND provision in Surrey.
We are grateful to you for reading this information and hope very much that you will feel able to participate in this consultation as we seek to put in place further high-quality provision to support more learners.
The broad scope of the works proposed are set out in the supporting documentation.
- Bramley Oak Consultation Document
- Bramley Oak Educational Justification Document
- Consultation Response Form
- Link to Online Consultation Response Form
- Consultation Summary
- Special Provision Offer Brochure
- LSEAT Annual Review Document