School Organisation Hunters Hill College

Closed 19 Dec 2019

Opened 21 Nov 2019

Feedback Updated 11 Feb 2020

We Asked

We asked for your comments on the proposal to remove Boarding Provision from Hunter's Hill College.

You Said

We received a total of 21 responses: 10 in favour, 10 against and 1 that did no indicate.

Most of the responses were from Parents and Staff which mentioned a number of key themes. A summary analysis is appended to the decision report which can be found via the link at the bottom of this page.

We Did

We analysed your responses and removed personal data from your comments (redacted). We then shared the analysis and redacted comments with the decision maker for their consideration in reaching a decision.

Overview

Proposal to Make Changes to Hunters Hill College

Hunters Hill College is a Birmingham community special school located outside the City boundary in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. 

The School can currently offer up to 135 places for pupils aged 11- 16 years who have an Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP) for Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH). The school has a boarding provision on the Spirehouse Lane site. There are no boarding pupils* in the boarding provision.

(*Boarding pupil:  a pupil who has an EHCP that specifies that they need a boarding school place.)

Birmingham City Council, as the local authority for Birmingham, is consulting on a proposal to make certain changes to Hunters Hill College, namely,

  • Removal of boarding provision.

 

Why We Are Consulting

The Local Authority would like to give all parents and all other interested parties the opportunity to comment on the proposal to remove the boarding provision.

The consultation will run for 4 weeks from 21st November 2019

Full details of the changes are explained in the proposal document below.

We are keen to receive your comments on the proposal and you can comment online here until to 19th December 2019.

What Happens Next

This consultation will start 21st November 2019

The consultation (representation) period will end 19th December 2019.

During this time anyone who wishes to make comments/objections about this proposal should do so via this survey. The proposal including any comments/objections received will be anonymised and presented to the decision makers (Joint decsion by Cabinet Member for Education, Skills and Culture and the Director for Education & Skills

Birmingham City Council determined the proposal for implementation (approved). The decision report can be accessed via the link at the bottom of this page.

Update:Birmingham City Council determined a modification to the implementation date. The proposal to remove boarding provision will be implemented 1st July 2020 (previously 1st April 2020). The decision report can be accessed via the link at the bottom of this page.

 

Areas

  • ACOCKS GREEN
  • ASTON
  • BARTLEY GREEN
  • BILLESLEY
  • BORDESLEY GREEN
  • BOURNVILLE
  • BRANDWOOD
  • CITY CENTRE
  • CITY-WIDE
  • EDGBASTON
  • ERDINGTON
  • HALL GREEN
  • HANDSWORTH WOOD
  • HARBORNE
  • HODGE HILL
  • KINGS NORTON
  • KINGSTANDING
  • LADYWOOD
  • LONGBRIDGE
  • LOZELLS AND EAST HANDSWORTH
  • MOSELEY AND KINGS HEATH
  • NECHELLS
  • NORTHFIELD
  • OSCOTT
  • PERRY BARR
  • QUINTON
  • SELLY OAK
  • SHARD END
  • SHELDON
  • SOHO
  • SOUTH YARDLEY
  • SPARKBROOK
  • SPRINGFIELD
  • STECHFORD AND YARDLEY NORTH
  • STOCKLAND GREEN
  • SUTTON FOUR OAKS
  • SUTTON NEW HALL
  • SUTTON TRINITY
  • SUTTON VESEY
  • TYBURN
  • WASHWOOD HEATH
  • WEOLEY

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Asylum Seekers and Refugees
  • Minority Ethnic people
  • Carers
  • Young people
  • Older people
  • Disabled people
  • Children
  • Council tenants
  • Women
  • Councillors/MPs/MEPs
  • Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender people
  • Children in Care/looked after
  • Gypsies/Travellers
  • Internet users
  • Parents/Carers/Guardians
  • Older people
  • Patients
  • People with Disabilities
  • People with Learning Disabilities
  • Men
  • Students
  • Visitors/tourists
  • Homeless
  • Offenders
  • People‚Äôs panel
  • Victims of Crime
  • Cyclists
  • Motor Vehicle Drivers
  • Pedestrians
  • Local Residents
  • Age All
  • Public Sector Bodies
  • Businesses
  • Faith groups
  • Community groups
  • Voluntary Organisations
  • Staff
  • Service user groups
  • Newly arrived groups

Interests

  • Education