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Statutory Consultation

Following Statutory Consultation, Shetland Islands Council decided on 12 February 2014 that Bressay Primary School and Nursery Class should close on 4 July 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter.

On Friday 21 March 2014, Scottish Ministers informed Children's Services that the decision of 12 February 2014 to close Bressay Primary School and Nursery Class will not be called in.

The Scottish Government decision letter can be found here.

Education provision at Bressay Primary School will therefore be discontinued with effect from 04 July 2014 and the pupils will continue their education at Bell's Brae Primary School from 20 August 2014. Pre-school provision at Bressay Nursery Class will also be discontinued from 04 July 2014 with provision fro eligible pupils continuing as per Shetland Islands Council's Admissions Policy.

Transcript of the Public Meeting at Bressay Public Hall on Wednesday 30 October is available here.
Transcript of the Public Meeting at Bell's Brae Primary School on Thursday 31 October is available here.

The Proposal Paper is available here (.97Mb).

The Executive Summary is available here(78.3Kb).

A typographical error has been corrected in the Proposal Paper on p17. "Music teacher" has been corrected to "PE teacher".

The Proposal Paper is also available on request from:

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