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Have your say on Croydon's Accessibility Strategy for Disabled Pupils
London Borough of Croydon From 17 Mar 2017  to 28 Apr 2017
Feedback due 01 Jun 2017
Why are we doing this?

The Equality Act 2010 states that a local authority in England and Wales must, in relation to schools for which it is the responsible body, prepare an Accessibility Strategy.

An Accessibility Strategy, over a prescribed period, aims to:

(a) increase the extent to which disabled pupils can participate in the schools’ curriculums;

(b) improve the physical environment of the schools for the purpose of increasing the extent to which disabled pupils are able to take advantage of education and benefits, facilities or services provided or offered by the schools;

(c) improve the delivery to disabled pupils of information which is readily accessible to pupils who are not disabled.

 

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Have your say on the proposal to expand St. Nicholas School by a further 1FE from September 2018
London Borough of Croydon From 01 Mar 2017  to 29 Mar 2017
Feedback due 02 May 2017
Why are we doing this?

St Nicholas School is a special community school for boys and girls of primary age, between 4 – 11 years old, with a range of needs including moderate learning difficulties, communication difficulties and autistic spectrum disorders.

Currently, the school has a maximum capacity of 132 pupils. The school currently has 13 classrooms and pupils are grouped in small classes of around 10 pupils. Each class has a teacher and 2 teaching assistants.

The school is located at Reedham Drive, Purley, CR8 4DS. The school was judged as ‘Good’ by Ofsted in 2014.

In January 2016 the Council’s Cabinet Committee approved the proposal to permanently expand St Nicholas School by 1 form of entry (FE) from September 2017.This means that approximately an additional 56 pupils, aged 4-11,  will be offered a school place over a 7 year period from September 2017. Due to increased demand for SEN places, and financial viability, the Council agreed that statutory consultation can take place on the proposed permanent expansion of St Nicholas special school by a further 1FE from September 2018.

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Have your say on the proposed expansion of Beckmead School
London Borough of Croydon From 01 Mar 2017  to 29 Mar 2017
Feedback due 02 May 2017
Why are we doing this?

Beckmead is a maintained community special school within the Beckmead Family of Schools. The school currently provides school places for pupils between the ages of 5 to 16 with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs and Autism with challenging behaviour.

The proposal is to expand the Beckmead Family of Schools by creating an annexe at Crescent Resource Centre, Salcot Crescent, New Addington, CR0 0NA. This will provide an additional 14 places at Beckmead School within a learning environment that is suitable for young people with a range of social, emotional mental health needs, to enable those young people whose needs relate to anxiety, stress and emotional needs, to be supported in engaging with learning. The plan is to enable these young people to have a supported pathway back into mainstream education wherever possible.

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20mph speed limit consultation- Remaining areas
London Borough of Croydon From 18 Jan 2017  to 15 Feb 2017
Feedback due 30 May 2017
Why are we doing this?

Croydon council wish to consult on a 20mph speed limit in remaining areas of the borough. This  includes the majority of roads across the north-west, south-east and south-west of the borough. These areas are also known as areas 3, 4 and  5.  You can visit http//:www.croydon.gov.uk/20mph to find out more about the 20mph proposals, including maps of roads affected by proposals.

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Have your say on the proposed school admission arrangements for 2018/19 and Fair Access Protocols
London Borough of Croydon From 10 Nov 2016  to 16 Jan 2017
Feedback due 01 Mar 2017
Why are we doing this?

In line with the School Admissions Code, admission authorities must set ('determine') admission arrangements annually.  Where changes are proposed to admission arrangements, the admission authority must first publicly consult on those arrangements. If no changes are made to admission arrangements, they must be consulted on. Part of this responsibility includes consulting with relevant parties in determining (setting) the admission arrangements.

There are currently 32 Community schools in Croydon for which the council is the admission authority and therefore is responsible for determining the admissions arrangements for these schools.

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Croydon: have your say on new council ward boundaries
London Borough of Croydon From 27 Sep 2016  to 05 Dec 2016
Feedback due 30 Apr 2017
Why are we doing this?

The Local Government Boundary Commission is asking local people and organisations for their help to draw up new ward boundaries across Croydon.

The Commission has also announced that it is minded to recommend that the council should have 70 councillors in the future: the same as the current arrangements.

The Commission is drawing up a new pattern of wards to accommodate 70 councillors and need your help to tell where the new boundaries should be drawn.

More information about this can be found on our website.

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Campaign evaluation message recall survey Nov 2016
London Borough of Croydon From 03 Nov 2016  to 30 Nov 2016
Feedback due 30 Dec 2016
Why are we doing this?

We want to find out if Croydon residents and any other people working or visiting in the borough, recall any information or publicity they may have seen about some of our key Croydon Council campaigns.  We are running an online survey on Get involved to measure how successful our communications have been.

The survey closing date is Wednesday 30 November 2016.

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Tell us your views about Croydon's night time economy
London Borough of Croydon From 25 Oct 2016  to 21 Nov 2016
Feedback due 31 Mar 2017
Why are we doing this?

To support the Scrutiny Review of the night time economy.

 

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Croydon Carer Survey 2016
London Borough of Croydon From 12 Sep 2016  to 31 Oct 2016
Feedback due 14 Jan 2017
Why are we doing this?

Please note this survey closed on 31st October 2016.

Do you provide unpaid support to someone with a support need? Or are you young adult carer?

If so, then please help us to understand your views on the services provided for carers in Croydon. Currently Croydon Council commissions a number of organisations to support carers on our behalf. These organisations are; Croydon Mencap, Mind in Croydon, Parents in Partnership, Horizon Care & Welfare Association, the Alzheimer's Society, CNCA, The Whitgift Foundation, and Off the Record.

Understanding your views will help us to update Croydon's Carers' Strategy, which will help us to shape services and priorities in the borough for the next 5 years. This survey closes on 31st October 2016.

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Croydon Talks Parks
London Borough of Croydon From 05 Sep 2016  to 31 Oct 2016
Feedback due 30 Nov 2016
Why are we doing this?

 

Within a borough that prides itself on balancing work and life, there should be plenty of opportunities for everyone to get involved, however casually in the ‘Croydon scene’ or simply take some time to enjoy the fun on offer.

The vision for Croydon’s parks and spaces is to ensure that these highly valued assets are maintained for future generations and we aim to achieve this by moving away from the traditional models of delivery. We have big ideas for the future of our parks:

  • We want to continue to enable volunteers and friends of parks groups to participate, shape and even take over the management of assets in parks where they have the commitment to do so
  • We want to continue to use our parks and open spaces to encourage healthier lifestyles
  • We want our parks and open spaces to provide the space for exciting cultural events that can be enjoyed by residents and visitors to our borough

Our parks have so much potential and we want to know what you think!

 

 

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