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Emotional health and wellbeing provision

​​​​​​​​Cardiff Council is consulting on changes to provide high quality primary and secondary specialist school places for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs.


What is being proposed?


To meet the increasing demand for Specialist Resource Base places for primary and secondary aged learners with emotional health and wellbeing needs the Council is proposing to:

  • establish an 8 place specialist resource base for emotional health and wellbeing at Baden Powell Primary School from September 2024, within the existing buildings. 
  • establish an 8 place specialist resource base for emotional health and wellbeing at Fairwater Primary School from September 2024, within the existing buildings. This would replace the existing wellbeing class. 
  • establish a 16 place specialist resource base for emotional health and wellbeing at Herbert Thompson Primary School from September 2024, within the existing buildings. 
  • establish a 16 place specialist resource base for emotional health and wellbeing at Lakeside Primary School from September 2024, within the existing buildings. This would replace the existing wellbeing class. 
  • establish an 8 place specialist resource base for emotional health and wellbeing at Springwood Primary School from September 2024, within the existing buildings. This would replace the existing wellbeing class. 
  • establish an 8 place specialist resource base for emotional health and wellbeing at Ysgol Gymraeg Pwll Coch from September 2024 within the existing buildings. This would replace the existing wellbeing class.
  • establish a 20 place specialist resource base for learners with emotional health and wellbeing needs at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr from September 2024, within the existing buildings.


The consultation runs from 20 November 2023 to 19 January 2024 and is an opportunity to learn about the proposed changes, ask questions and to make comments.

You can read or download a copy of the consultation documents detailing the proposed changes.

The information in these documents have been designed for print and may not be fully accessible online.



Have your say 


You can make your views know in the following ways:


Consultation meeting dates


We have organised in person and online drop-in sessions and public meetings that you can attend if you would like us to explain the suggested changes to you and for you to ask questions.
Consultation
Date and time
Venue
Drop-in session
Wednesday 29 November 2023 
9am to 11am
Ely and Caerau Hub
Drop-in session
Tuesday 5 December 2023 
9am to 11am​
​Llanedeyrn Powerhouse Hub
Drop-in session
​Monday 8 January 2024
2pm to 4pm
​Rumney Partnership Hub
​Online drop-in session
​Tuesday 12 December 2023 
10am to 12 midday
​Microsoft Teams
Online drop-in session
​Friday 12 January 2024
2pm to 4pm
​Microsoft Teams
​Public meeting 
(English/Welsh)
​Thursday 11 January 2024
5pm to 7pm
​Central Library Hub
​Online public meeting
(Welsh)
​Monday 15 January 2024 
5:30pm to 7pm
​Microsoft Teams
​Online public meeting
(English)
​Tuesday 16 January 2024 
5:30pm to 7pm
Microsoft Teams
The online drop-in sessions and online public meetings are taking place via Microsoft Teams   

Book your slot by emailing schoolresponses@cardiff.gov.uk or by calling 029 2087 2720.

The consultation will end on 19 January 2024.


Contact us 


If you have any queries or would like a hard copy of the consultation document sent directly to you, please contact the School Organisation Planning Team.

You can get in touch by email or by phone.

Email: schoolresponses@cardiff.gov.uk
Tel: 029 2087 2720​

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