Consultation Open and details of Public Meeting
BE INVOLVED IN THE FUTURE OF
KING EDWARD VI COMMUNITY COLLEGE
We are delighted to share with you some exciting plans for the future of our school.
KEVICCs has long been a popular and successful secondary school and plays an integral part in the local community. Its accommodation and site has grown organically over time, as and when resources have been available, and as student numbers have grown.
However, numbers at the College have stabilised over the last few years and this provides an opportunity for the Governing Body to re-evaluate and rationalise the whole of the existing campus to create the best possible learning environment for existing and future students as well as provide the community with access to facilities and a College they can be proud of.
As part of this process, the Governing Body has developed a long-term vision for the College site and proposals for how it may look in the future. We would value your feedback on these proposals.
This consultation paper is made up of the following sections:
- The College Vision for its site
- Assessment of College Land Need – this considers the areas of College land that are surplus to requirements and could be sold to raise much-needed funding to improve the remaining buildings and facilities
- Development Aims of the College – an assessment of how any capital receipt could be invested in the Campus to improve facilities for students and the local community
- The Consultation Process and Response Form
Ordinarily, we would have shared the plans with you in person but with the ongoing pandemic and the need to maintain social distancing we intend to carry out a full consultation by mail and online.
Within these pages, you will find an outline of the proposals and a response form to complete to give us your thoughts on these. You can either download the Consultation Document in full as a PDF, Click on this link or view the same information on the web pages we have created here (both hold the same information).
In the various sections of the Consultation website and document, you will find descriptions of the proposals and how we think they will improve aspects of the College as well as how they will support the local community. There are plans, drawings, and images to provide you with a good understanding of what the College hopes to achieve and how these improvements will benefit students and the wider community.
This consultation will run for 6 weeks from 14th June 2021; this means the closing date for any responses is 26th July 2021.
We look forward to hearing from you on our exciting proposals,
Chair of Governors
Site Development - Public Meeting
Thursday, 24 June 2021 · 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/uxj-ivcx-djb