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					                          North Somerset Council
                         Primary Capital Programme

                        Overall Output Assumptions


The aims of North Somerset’s PCP (in line with national targets) are :

       to deliver 21st C teaching spaces through projects at at least 25
        schools between 2009 and 2024
       to rebuild or take out of commission 5% of our worst condition schools
        (total of 4 of the 25 schools)
       to improve or take out of use 20% of the worst condition schools in the
        most disadvantaged areas (total of 2 of the 25 schools)
       to give added impact by joining up with existing DCSF funding streams,
        other Govt departments and local resources, including a commitment
        to invest devolved formula capital
       to support national policy agenda: Children’s Plan, world class
        standards, Every Child Matters (ECM), diversity and responsiveness.
        Improve links between schools and early year’s settings through co-
        location with Children’s Centres and other children’s services,
        extended services and personalisation
       to progress workforce development changes through organisational
        reviews
       to ensure that there are the correct number of pupil places across all
        regions of the district


Calculation to determine local requirement for 50% of schools to be
remodelled or rebuilt

The numbers of primary schools in North Somerset are as follows:

       65 primary schools as at September 2008
       3 Special Schools

Total         68 schools

New or remodelled schools since 1997

       Yatton CE VC Infants
       Worlebury St Paul’s CE VA First
       St Joseph’s RC Primary, Portishead
       Churchill CE Primary
       Baytree Community Special School, WSM
       Portishead Primary
       Herons’ Moor Community Primary, WSM
       St George’s VA Primary, WSM
       Northleaze CE Primary, Long Ashton
       Trinity Anglican/Methodist Primary, Portishead
       St Mary’s C of E VA Primary, Portbury
       Golden Valley Primary, Nailsea
       St Barnabas CE Primary, Portishead
       Westhaven Community Special School, WSM
       Kingshill CE Primary, Nailsea
       Crockerne CE Primary, Pill
       St Peter’s CE Primary, Portishead
       Flax Bourton CE VC Primary
       St Mark’s CE/Methodist Primary, Worle
       Sandford Primary
       St John the Evangelist C e Primary School, Clevedon

Total   21

68 schools serving primary aged pupils minus 21 schools rebuilt or
remodelled since 1997, divided by 2 = 23.5 schools

Therefore, the numbers of schools required to be progressed to meet the
national 50% target = 23.5 schools

Actual schools included in PCP = 25 schools ( allowing for some
contingency)

i.e. Rebuilt (12) + remodelled (13)


Schools to be rebuilt/taken out of Use

       Bournville Community Infants & Junior Schools, WSM (x 2 schools) –
        both the infant and junior school buildings will be demolished and
        replaced with a new primary school building. The schools are in the
        Council’s area of highest deprivation and are two of our worst
        conditioned buildings in the district. Both buildings will be taken out
        of use. A range of funding will be used within the project and the
        school will support local community facilities i.e. Locality Based Team
        on site, police office, extended services etc
       St Katharine’s C of E Primary, Felton - this schools is one of our four
        worst conditioned buildings in the district. It is intended that the
        school will close and the children be transferred to another local school
        (see Winford below).
       Wrington C of E Primary - this schools is one of our four worst
        conditioned buildings in the district. It is intended that the school will
        be replaced by a new build on the same site. New community facilities
        will be included in the new school’s brief to supplement extended
        services
       St Anne’s C of E Primary, Hewish – this school is sited on a main
        commuter road into Weston super Mare. Although it is located within
        the village of Hewish, its pupil population are mainly from Weston
        super Mare. There are plans to expand Weston super Mare as part of
        the Regional Special Strategy and it is intended that this school will
        move location and be expanded to meet the needs of its current and a
        new pupil population resulting from the new residential development.
        The school buildings at Hewish will be taken out of use. Funding will
        include S106 contributions. It is hoped that the school, in addition to
        providing Extended Services provisions, may also include local church
        facilities.
       Christchurch C of E Primary, Weston super Mare – once a new site is
        found, this school will be rebuilt.
       Walliscote Primary, Weston super Mare – this school is due to be
        rebuilt as part of the regeneration plans for the town of Weston super
        Mare. It is in one of the district’s areas of deprivation and the current
        buildings will be taken out of use. It is one of our four worst
        conditioned schools.
       Dundry C of E Primary - There are plans to create 10,500 new homes
        south of the City of Bristol as part of the Regional Spatial Strategy.
        Dundry C of E primary School is located on a constricted site next to
        this area of growth. It is intended that this school may move location
        and be expanded to meet the needs of its current and a new pupil
        population resulting from the new residential development. Funding will
        include S106 contributions. The school buildings at Dundry would be
        taken out of use.
       Kewstoke Primary – this is our reserve PCP school. If funding permits,
        the school will be rebuilt on a new site within the village of Kewstoke.
       West Leigh Infants and Backwell Junior Schools (x 2 schools) - plans
        to join West Leigh Infants and Backwell Junior Schools will form part of
        discussions around the rebuilding of their local secondary school
        (Backwell Secondary School) as part of BSF changes and possible 4 –
        19 provision possibilities.

Total         12 schools ( including 2 school buildings to be taken out of use
              in our area of greatest deprivation and 3 schools out of use of
              our worst 4)


Schools to be refurbished/extended

       Windwhistle Primary, Weston super Mare - the school buildings will be
        refurbished. The school is in the Council’s area of highest
        deprivation and is classed as our third school within our greatest area
        of deprivation in one of our four schools in the worst condition.
        The school and its ICT facilities will be remodelled/refurbished.
       Yeo Moor Infants and Yeo Moor Junior, Clevedon (x 2 schools) -
        subject to amalgamation both school buildings/ICT facilities will be
        remodelled/refurbished.
       Mary Elton Primary, Clevedon - the school buildings/ICT facilities will
        be remodelled/refurbished.
       Birdwell Primary, Long Ashton – the school will be expanded to meet
        increased demand and its current facilities /ICT infrastructures will be
        refurbished.
       Glebe Infant School and St Andrew’s Junior School, Congresbury (x 2
        schools) - subject to amalgamation both school buildings/ICT
        facilities will be remodelled/refurbished.
       Winford CE Primary - the school will be expanded to meet increased
        demand following the possible closure of St Katharine’s C of E Primary
        School and its current facilities /ICT infrastructures will be expanded/
        refurbished.
       Ravenswood Special School – the school buildings/ICT facilities will be
        remodelled/refurbished.
       Tickenham C of E Primary School - the school will benefit from a new
        school hall and classrooms/ICT facilities will be remodelled/refurbished.
       St Martin’s CE Junior, Worle - changes will be made at the school to
        enable it to operate as a primary school and its classrooms/ICT
        facilities will be remodelled/refurbished.
       Mendip Green First, Worle - changes will be made at the school to
        enable it to operate as a primary school and its classrooms/ICT
        facilities will be remodelled/refurbished.
       Milton Park Primary – following amalgamation, changes will be made at
        the school to enable it to operate as a primary school and its
        classrooms/ICT facilities will be remodelled/refurbished.


Total         13 schools ( including 1 school out of our worst 4 remodelled)

				
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