Significant new housing development is proposed within south east Edinburgh. As school roll projections show that pupils from the new housing will lead to school accommodation pressures by 2020, it is necessary to progress a statutory consultation in order that a new primary school in the area can be delivered. A site within the ‘Broomhills’ housing development site to the south of Frogston Road East and between Burdiehouse Road and Broomhills Road has been identified.
As well as establishing a catchment area for the new school, the proposal includes changes to the catchment areas of:
Gracemount Primary School;
Gilmerton Primary School;
Liberton Primary School;
Gracemount High School; and
Liberton High School.
The full details of the proposal are available in the statutory consultation paper. A summary paper, current and proposed school catchment areas, and a list of directly affected addresses can also be accessed from the links to related documents at the bottom of this page.
Once you have considered the proposal, it would be helpful if you could take time to complete the short questionnaire below.
Why We Are Consulting
The Council has a legal obligation to carry out a statutory consultation under the Schools (Consultation) (Scotland) Act 2010 as amended by the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. The proposal put forward will have implications for families and we want to hear the views of anyone affected.
All comments made during the statutory consultation period will be recorded and represented in a final report which it is anticipated will be considered by the Council in June 2017.