Cllr Philip Robinson, Cabinet Member for Economy, Education and Skills sought Cabinet approval of the changes to the previously approved Children & Families Capital Programme.
Approve the changes to the Children & Families Capital Programme as set out in the report:
1. A new scheme totalling £1.6million to provide a primary SEMH facility at the Heart of the Forest Community Special School, funded by the transfer of £409k from the Healthy Pupils Capital fund and £1.191million from the unallocated High Needs Provision fund. (subject to the conclusion of the statutory process approving the expansion of the Heart of the Forest Community Special School to provide 10 additional places for children and young people aged 4-11 who have a primary need of Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) from September 2022)
2. An addition of £1million for Warden Hill Primary funded by £800k from unallocated basic need and £200k from the approved carbon reduction in education properties funding.
3. An addition of £77k S106 developer contribution for expansion works at Chipping Campden School.
4. An addition of £115k S106 developer contribution for expansion works at Farmors School.