School Reforms: Results of Votes on Statutory Notices: Updated

The Isle of Wight Council have voted on recommendations by officers in the schools reorg from three tiers to two tiers.

The Isle of Wight Council tonight debated and voted on final proposals to change the education system on the Isle of Wight from three tiers to two tiers.

They voted on the recommendations made by officers to close all middle schools; close some primary schools; extend other primary schools to retain pupils for a further two school years; create two new academies and three new secondary schools which will be run by outside bidders (ie. not by the local authority).

The votes are still coming in, but here’s what we have so far (page will be updated once voting continues).

The votes are based on the recommendations made in the report which can be found on the IW Council Website.

Downside Middle. Proposal to close. Seconded by Cllr Cousins
The Vote: 29 For; 7 Against

Nodehill Middle School. Proposal to close.
The Vote: 29 For; 8 Against; 2 Abst

Carisbrooke High: To discontinue. No speakers.
The Vote: 31 For; 6 Against; 0 Abst

Medina High: To Discontinue:
The Vote: 32 For: 5 Against; 0 Abst

Carisbrooke
The Vote: None against or abst. 37 for

Newport (Fairlee) secondary.
Some responses said AET others MIT. IWC think MIT.
The Vote (named): All in favour (37)

Arreton CE VC Primary: Federation with Oakfield and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 33 For; 3 against; 1 abst

Barton Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 33 For; 3 Against; 1 Abst

Carisbrooke Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 34 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Hunnyhill: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 34 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Newport Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 32 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst (two people left chamber)

Nine Acres (says Nine Aces on the big screen): increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 34 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

St Thomas Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 34 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Solent Middle: To discontinue.
The Vote: 30 For; 7 Against; 1 Abst

Somerton Middle school: Discontinue.
The Vote: 31 For; 7 Against

Cowes Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote 35 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Gurnard Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit and increase admission numbers.
The Vote: 35 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Love Lane Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 35 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Northwood Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 35 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Osborne Middle: Discontinue
The Vote: 30 For; 7 Against; 0 Abst

East Cowes Primary: Discontinue
The Vote: 32 For; 4 Against; 1 Abst

Whippingham Primary: Discontinue.
The Vote: 32 For; 4 Against; 1 Abst

New East Cowes Primary: (to establish a new primary – EWO community schools group to run foundation (trust school)
The Vote: 37 For.

Holy Cross: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote 34 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Bishop Lovett: Discontinue
The Vote: 30 For; 8 Against

Mayfield: Discontinue.
The Vote: 29 For; 8 Against; 1 Abst

Swanmore Middle: Discontinue
The Vote: 31 For; 6 Against; 1 Abst

Ryde High: Discontinue
The Vote: 34 For; 4 Against

Ryde secondary: Establish new secondary school + AET to run it as a Trust
The Vote: (named) majority for (30)
Against: Lumley; Barry; Howe; Richards: Joyce abstained
1 Abst

Binstead Primary: (age limit): The Vote: 32 For; 2 Against

Dover Park: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 32 For; 2 Against

Haylands Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote; 28 For; 8 Against

Greenmount Primary:
The Vote: 28 For; 8 Against

Oakfield Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit, increase admissions.
The Vote: 34 For; 3 Against; 3 abst

St Mary’s Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote 33 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Wooton Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 33 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Forelands Middle: Discontinue
The Vote: 28 For; 7 Against

Bembridge Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote 31 For; 3 Against; 1 Abst

Nettleton Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 31 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

_Sandown / Shanklin area
Lake Middle: Discontinue
The Vote 30 For; 5 Against

Sandham Middle: Discontinue
The Vote: 30 For; 5 Against

Sandown High: Discontinue
The Vote: 32 For; 3 Against; 1 Abst

Sandown Secondary: Establish a new school; AET to runs as an Academy
The Vote: 29 For; 5 Against; 3 abst

Sandown Primary: Discontinue
The Vote 29 For; 4 Against; 1 Abst

Sandown / St John’s: Amalgamate + establish new C of E CV school) The Vote 32 For; 1 against; 1 abst

Broadlea Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 30 For; 2 Against; 2 Abst

Gatten + Lake Primary: increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 28 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Newchurch Primary (upper age):
The Vote: 31 For; 2 Against; 1 Abst

Shanklin Primary (upper age)
The Vote: 31 For; 2 Against; 1 abst

_Ventnor / South Wight
Ventnor Middle (discontinue)
The Vote: 24 For; 9 Against; 2 Abst

Chale Primary: Discontinue
The Vote: Leader’s amendment 2 month window
All For; Cllr Bingham Abstained

St Boniface: Discontinue
The Vote: 24 For; 10 Against; 1 Abst

St Margaret’s Primary: Discontinue
The Vote: 24 For; 10 Against; 1 abst

St Wilfred’s Primary: Discontinue
The Vote: 24 For; 10 Against; 1 abst

New CE / Catholic Ventnor Primary (establish a new school)
The Vote: 22 For; 5 Against; 4 abst

Niton Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 29 For; 2 Abst

_West Wight
West Wight Middle: Discontinue
The Vote: 26 For; 4 Against

All Saints Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 29 For; 3 Abst

Brighstone Primary:
The Vote 30 For; 2 abst

St Saviours: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote; 29 For; 3 Abst

Weston Primary: Enlarge and increase upper age limit.
The Vote: 29 For; 1 Against; 2 Abst

Wednesday, 30th September, 2009 8:36pm

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Wendy

Full Council meeting tonight – I have been told that Cllr Peacey-Wilcox has NOT left the Conservative Group, she went home feeling very unwell.