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Future education provision for Neilston

Have your say on proposals for non-denominational and denominational primary schools in Neilston.

We have launched a public consultation for interested individuals and groups to have their say on the proposed future non-denominational education provision for children of Neilston Primary and Madras Family Centre; and future denominational (Roman Catholic) education provision for children of St Thomas' Primary, Neilston.

Our consultation on these proposals runs from 11 May 2018 to 26 June 2018.

Have your say

Your comments, views and feedback on our proposal are welcome. You are encouraged to respond using our online consultation; or alternatively a copy of the response pro forma is attached to the full consultation document.

Take part in the consultation

pdf icon Future Education provision for Neilston proposals consultation document [8Mb]

Hard copies of the full consultation document are also available at the schools affected, local libraries or from either:

Council's Head Office,
Eastwood Park,
Rouken Glen Road,
East Renfrewshire,
G46 6UG

Council Offices,
211 Main Street,
East Renfrewshire,
G78 1SY

Further information

For more information about the consultation process including the respective roles and responsibilities of the local authority, Education Scotland and the Scottish Government; in particular how parents / carers can play their part, please download:

Scottish Government guide: Schools (Consultation) (Scotland) Act 2010

Public meetings

A public meeting will be held in Glen Halls, Neilston, at 7pm on Tuesday 5 June 2018 and all are welcome to attend.

A further two meetings of the Parent Council of Neilston Primary School and Parent Council of St Thomas Primary School will also be held.




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