Proposed Change to Green Park School

Closed 9 Jun 2019

Opened 13 May 2019

Feedback expected 17 Jul 2019

Results updated 17 Jul 2019

On 10 July 2019, the Cabinet of the City of Wolverhampton Council considered the outcomes of consultation and approved the permanent expansion of Green Park School.

With effect from the 1 September 2019, the school’s capacity will be permanently increased from 108 places to 144 places.

This decision has been taken to support the City of Wolverhampton Council to develop high quality educational provision for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and to ensure that community needs can be met effectively.

Should you have any queries regarding this information please do not hesitate to contact the Council’s SEND Team at or call 01902 551469.



The City of Wolverhampton Council proposes that with effect from 1 September 2019, the designated capacity of Green Park School is permanently increased from 108 places to 144 places.

Why your views matter

Representation (Formal Consultation) commenced on 13 May 2019 and concludes on 9 June 2019.  All comments received will help the Council to make a decision on the proposed change to Green Park School.

Please click on the link below to view the Complete Proposal.

What happens next

Any responses received will be considered by the Cabinet of the Council on 10 July 2019, when a final decision on the proposed alteration will be made.


  • Bilston North
  • Blakenhall
  • Bushbury North
  • East Park
  • Fallings Park
  • Graiseley
  • Heath Town
  • Merry Hill
  • Oxley
  • Park
  • Penn
  • St Peter's
  • Tettenhall Regis
  • Tettenhall Wightwick
  • Wednesfield North
  • Wednesfield South


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  • All residents
  • Children / Young People
  • Parents, Carers and Guardians
  • People with disabilities
  • Service users (current or previous)
  • Students
  • Councillors / MPs / MEPs
  • Teaching / Educational staff


  • Schools
  • Education and children's services