The council is today (Tuesday 23 March) launching a public consultation for the new school for Monifieth. This is to ensure that the building best meets the needs of the people who will use it and the wider community which it will serve once completed.
By approving the budget on 4 March 2021, we committed to building a new school in Monifieth, in line with its Schools for the Future Strategy. Convener of Schools and Learning, Cllr Derek Wann said, “We want to hear from everybody who will be in some way involved with the new school.
“We want to hear your views on the opportunities for the new building so that we can build the best possible school we can within the available funding.
“This is a once in a generation opportunity. By working together, we can create the best possible outcome for learning and the community in Monifieth.”
This survey which runs from Tuesday 23 March until midnight on 21 April 2021, is part a much wider consultation with current pupils, staff, parents and carers, cluster primary school communities, community groups, and other potential users of the new school.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions currently in place, public meetings cannot be organised, nor can paper (hard copies) of the documents or the questionnaire be issued.
If you require hard copies please print them off from the link above and post completed responses to
Orchardbank Business Park