Lambeth Council is aware that for parents/carers and children getting a school place can be stressful. That is why Lambeth Council want to ensure that the allocation of school places is clear, objective and provides fair access to our schools – schools that are among the very best in the country and continue to improving teaching and learning.
Lambeth Council want to hear from parents/carers, schools staff, registered early years providers, governing bodies, diocesan representatives or other (relevant religious authorities), admission authorities in other boroughs and anyone who has an interest in the proposed admission arrangements.
Both Rosendale Primary School and The Elmgreen School are consulting on changes to their admission arrangements for the 2019/2020 academic year.
All comments will be taken into consideration in determining our final admission arrangements by 15 January 2018.
Both Cllr Birley and Cllr Deckers Dowber attended the Lambeth Community Awards where Elmgreen students who have been part of this project were nominated for the Young person’s community award. They finished as runners up. Their head of year Manjit Moore and Sarah Coyte (Capacity Building Officer – Lambeth) collected the award on their behalf.
Streetworks is a community-led, TfL-funded project to improve West Norwood and Tulse Hill. The first phase of the project is to improve Norwood Road, and the second phase will look at improvements to the one way system and area around Tulse Hill station.
Hundreds of residents have been involved – from attending workshops and tweeting us their ideas to taking part in training and hosting their own community engagement events.
We want to celebrate the involvement and enthusiasm of the community so on 23rd May we would like to invite you to come to our party and awards ceremony at Elmgreen School. We will hear from students at Elmgreen and members of the steering group about their involvement, and about future opportunities to get stuck in, and the Mayor of Lambeth will be awarding certificates to students. The event will conclude with a drinks and nibbles and a ‘marketplace’ of groups and local projects, should you want to find out more about this and other local opportunities.