A Community Update On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014

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1 A Community Update On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014 Executive Overview The Primary School Working Group (WG) was established some 18 months ago under the auspices of the Murrumbateman Progress Association (MPA) to assess the level of community support for, and determine any issues or limitations to, the building of a primary school for Murrumbateman. The WG has compiled various papers covering these matters which included community input to a survey sponsored jointly by The Yass Valley Council and the MPA (see Bibliography attached). Various government authorities (Local, State and Federal) and their representatives have been informed of these outcomes and the general consensus expressed by the community which is to build a primary school in Murrumbateman. This report contains a condensed version of the various arguments, desires and constraints uncovered in this process. The main basis for argument, however, rests with the different approaches. The WG is basing its case on Murrumbateman s present population and greater catchment area with over 500 primary school aged children. This is combined with past and projected growth based on ABS census data for this locality. The Department, however, is using generalised modelling based on less specific data and using a Greenfields scenario as its starting point In essence there are two main views that need to be catered for namely that of: The Education Department This maintains that: 1. Current Yass Local Government demographic data, and trends extrapolated from that, indicate that Murrumbateman will require a Core 14 size school by 2026; 2. Yass has sufficient current capacity to meet enrolment demands from Murrumbateman; 3. If parents choose to use the ACT education system that is their choice; 4. Additional growth in Murrumbateman can be accommodated by adding extra amenities at Yass; 5. Resourcing a new school has significantly different issues and budgetary requirements to that of expanding an existing school. A Community Update: On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014! 1 OF 7

2 The Community In relation to the above the WG contends: 1. The data used in the Department s report is of a general nature reflecting conditions over the whole Yass Valley LGA which does not fully take into consideration local conditions and factors which would bring the date for a school forward from The ABS data from the 2006 census when compared with the 2011 data shows: a. A 30% growth in population during that time; b. An on going trend of similar proportions; c. A significantly higher (30%) proportion of primary aged children to the State and National (and presumably LGA) averages; d. An increase in this percentage between the two censuses; 2. The two Yass Public primary schools are at or over capacity now; 3. Parents choosing the ACT do so more by constraint than desire and would choose to send their children to Murrumbateman if that option was available; 4. Yass has limited expansion capacity and we believe the trend data used for projected growth shows a less positive factor than may otherwise be the case; 5. All projects of this nature have resource constraints however these should not be used to block an application or defer it indefinitely. Rather the project should be scheduled with the constraints and timelines defined as part of the overall plan and addressed accordingly. In addition to the above the WG contends that the Department should also be considerate of the benefits that building a new school will accrue to Murrumbateman and to the district as a whole. These include: 1. Cultural aspects including a higher level of social cohesion from the availability of more, and joint use of, recreational and sporting facilities; 2. Health and Safety with more walking or cycling to school and less bus/car travel together with more leisure time; 3. Economic by attracting more development as well as local teaching, building and maintenance jobs; and 4. Environmental from less bus and car travel; 5. More interaction between Yass and Murrumbateman residents through joint educational forums and sports events and providing a feeder system for students to attend Yass High. This report explores the issues raised by the Department in more detail and whilst acknowledging the validity of the concerns raised by the Department, particularly in relation to availability of infrastructure, nonetheless disagrees with its long term recommendation which is to simply monitor further growth up to and including Conclusion The Working Group is unanimous in its support for a primary school for Murrumbateman. It acknowledges the concerns of the Department and is thankful to those within the Department that have provided the information to date including the representatives who travelled large distances to meet with the Progress Association. We agree with the Department that we should build a school. We simply disagree on the timing. The Working Group believes it has met and possibly exceeded its original brief and that the community now needs to build on the information available and look to the next stage of this project. This stage will require a more formally structured body to build on the research so far, lobby Government for endorsement and possibly funding, seek further community involvement and ensure that Murrumbateman gets the school it deserves well within the time frame set by the Department. A Community Update: On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014! 2 OF 7

3 Forward The President of the Murrumbateman Progress Association (MPA), Robert Wait, recently wrote to the Department of Education (NSW) in relation to MPA s position on building a primary school for Murrumbateman. The letter identified the timeline set at the May General Meeting and the Association s support for forming an interim School Council to achieve this. The letter also noted the disappointment of the members upon hearing the summary of the Needs Analysis January 2014 report issued by the Department which is to wait and see ; particularly when the report itself contains sufficient data to justify a school and we clearly have a number of community issues not addressed within the report. These issues range from concerns regarding the lack of options for placements within the ACT education system, through pollution, economic development and of course the children s health, welfare and education. Robert then agreed to head a delegation to Sydney to meet with those in authority to discuss this further. The move was supported by Pru Goward Minister for Planning and Women who also agreed to facilitate a meeting with the Minister for Education. The Department instead chose to send its Asset Planner for this area (Ms Ruth Thomason) together with the Director of the Principals Network (Carolynn Merchant) to hear our case in person and, hopefully from our point of view, open up further dialogue on the matter. At the meeting on 25 th June, we were informed by Ruth of budget restraints and priorities particularly for new schools. She also discussed the possibility of increasing capacity at Yass Primary schools with more demountables to cater for more anticipated growth in Murrumbateman and Yass. In essence the Department argues that: 1. All primary school children are currently catered for by either Yass or the ACT; 2. Current and projected additional housing developments will have little impact on numbers or the ratio of children going to Yass until 2026 or later; 3. There are limited resources for, and resource limits to, a school here; 4. There appears little or no will by the community to change the status quo by sending children to Yass instead of the ACT. This update challenges these points and argues that the Department should be making a positive move to support our long term needs rather than attempting to justify previous decision making and perpetuating the existing model of bussing children out of town. Background The Primary School Working Group (WG) was formed under the auspices of the Progress Association some 18 months ago to look into issues and limitations of building a primary school for Murrumbateman. At the outset community, and indeed some members, attitudes ranged from cynicism (it won t work, been there done that etc), though scepticism (good idea but too many issues and not enough children) through positive but conservative optimism. The WG set out to build on work already carried out in 2007 by the then MABPA, refine and check the statistics and to debunk some of the Urban Myths (Bibliography Ref: 1) acting as a block to progress. A Community Update: On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014! 3 OF 7

4 The WG then sought joint funding from Yass Valley Council and the Progress Association to further research the figures available and to test community support for the building of a school and for the type of school the community would prefer. This resulted in a survey in October 2013 and a subsequent report (Bib. Ref 4) which has been widely distributed with copies going to all Council members, as well as State and Federal members of Parliament including the Minister for Education, Minister for Planning & Women and our own local MPs. The WG went on to review the ABS statistics in light of the 2011 Census and determined that Murrumbateman had not only grown significantly and in line with the projections being made in the 2007 submission but that there were sufficient children to fill a school larger than any in the immediate vicinity including Berinba (A Core 14 and Yass s largest primary school). These statistics also indicate a well above Sate and Country average for young children in pre and primary school age groups i.e.: 1. We have a demographic skewed to young families and 2. There is justification for an on going requirement for a school. As the evidence mounted the WG became convinced that there were sufficient numbers of children for a school, that there would be an on going need just to cater for the current families, and, given Murrumbateman s attractiveness to young families, that new and proposed developments would ensure the school s viability and growth into the future. The survey report supporting this was conveyed to the Department. The Department then produced a Needs Analysis report in January 2014 (Ref 3.) which not only backed up the figures the WG had sourced from the ABS but noted that the catchment area for Murrumbateman was actually 50% larger than the figures we had been using. If this ratio can be extrapolated and applied to current figures it would imply a current possible enrolment for a Murrumbateman school of some 525 primary aged children! The Department then stated that its position for the short term is to do nothing and the report recommended that in the long term it should monitor the growth. On this basis the President of the Progress Association agreed to lead a joint Yass Council and Progress Association delegation to meet with the Department in Sydney. The Department instead sent the Asset Planner for this area and the Director of the Principals Network to outline its position and hear our case in person. A Community Update: On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014! 4 OF 7

5 The Meeting In essence the meeting did not resolve anything or change the Department s position. The Department has taken the position that: 1. Yass has sufficient current capacity to meet enrolment demands from Murrumbateman; 2. If parents choose to use the ACT education system that is their choice; 3. As we grow, if demand from Murrumbateman increases in the same proportion or ratio as now exists, the Department can cater for this by adding extra demountables possibly including double story buildings; 4. No budget is available for a new school but money can be found to extend existing schools in Yass; 5. Projected growth via extra development (e.g. Shaw s) is dubious given lack of water/sewerage/ land etc and also minor compared to places such as Googong (5,000 lots proposed) hence the wait and see attitude; 6. The demographic modelling indicates a core 14 school would probably be viable by 2026 and so we should wait to see how this pans out. We countered thus: 1. Yass could not cope if all the children in our immediate catchment area currently attending ACT school (308) decided to enrol at Yass next year note this could be as high as 450 for the greater catchment area! 2. Most parents are being forced by circumstance and lack of a school into sending children to the ACT this is born out by our survey which also indicated that parents would even consider bringing their children back from the ACT if a school was built. The demography Unit Analysis of the Needs Analysis backs this up (see item 17 of the appended table); 3. The Yass schools are already at capacity (see Ref 3) and any further expansion will be to the detriment of either pupil to teacher ratios, existing green space, parking facilities, the adjoining community, recreational facilities or all of these; 4. Money which is available to grow the Yass schools could be better used toward a new school in Murrumbateman which could also be grown by use of demountables; recreation facilities can be shared with the community; money currently going into the ACT facilities would be channelled into growth here; 5. Our growth should not be compared to Greenfield sites such as Googong where long term averaging can be used to justify projections for having a school. Our projected growth should be seen in its own light namely: a. We have an existing population (not a projected one) which has sufficient children NOW for a mid sized school; b. Our previous projected growth has already been met so we have a demonstrated and proven record of demand for further growth in this area; c. ABS statistics show a skew towards young families in Murrumbateman with young children. This is 30% greater than the National and State average. Our pre-school is at capacity and the ABS stats show an average of some 50 children in each age group from 1 upwards i.e. we can justify 2 classes each year for the next 5 years WITHOUT any further housing development; d. Although the water and sewerage systems have yet to be built or the land handover finalised, the Yass Council Master Plan has identified these as important projects and Council is committed to their completion. Building a school will take 2-4 years and we as a community can make sure that we reach any goals or deliverables provided we have a plan to do so. A Community Update: On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014! 5 OF 7

6 1. As stated in the Justification Paper there are clearly issues and inconsistencies with the data contained in the Needs Analysis. To name the most glaring: a. The figures used in the attachment TAB A Demography Unit Analysis to the Department s report quotes generalised figures for the whole of the Yass Valley LGA which presumably reflect State averages yet we know from the 2011 and 2006 ABS censuses that Murrumbateman is a case apart as it has a skew of some 30% higher number of children in ALL age brackets up to 19 years of age, yet the projection figures have not been compiled with this in mind! b. There are no projections for 2016 nor indeed for 2014/5 why is this excluded when we clearly have the potential NOW to fill and maintain a school as big as or bigger than Berinba? c. The figure of a projected enrolment of 280 for Murrumbateman is the same for 2021 in both references 16 and 17 in the table yet the report acknowledges an increase of 75% of government affiliation rate can be expected; d. Projected enrolment figures, including forecast growth, for Berinba for 2021 (6 years hence) state 297 students when this year they already have 305 enrolled! At the close of the meeting we had failed to get any commitment from the representatives to pursue this matter further. Application Process Prior to the meeting an attempt had been made to determine if there was a formal or set process that could/should be followed in order for a community such as ours to submit an application for a school to be built. It was envisioned that such a process would have minimal criteria to be met and if met, get the Department to consider its priority and then schedule it accordingly. Such criteria might include a minimal number of children factor, availability of land, environmental issues (no asbestos dumps etc), special exemptions or conditions etc. The project would then be prioritised by some form of points system and slotted into a long term schedule. This should be open to public scrutiny which would allow communities to determine how they were rated what hurdles needed to be addressed and when their projects would start and be likely to be completed. This in turn would aid the broader community including government authorities to further plan and develop around targets to be met in order to complete the project and to monitor progress accordingly. At the meeting we were given some guidelines that the Department uses as a broad filter but nothing exists as comprehensible as that suggested. The current system therefore appears somewhat arbitrary and unscientific. It also leaves groups such as the WG in the dark as to how to progress their projects. What appeals process is there? Who do we appeal to? How should the appeal be formulated? Etc. Summary There is clear evidence that Murrumbateman currently has sufficient primary aged children and preschool children to warrant building a Core14 school. Such a school has the potential to be the largest in the Yass Valley without unduly affecting any other school s enrolment. The Department whilst acknowledging this prefers to prevaricate in order to delay committing this to their current budgetary process. It does so using what the WG considers invalid reasoning backed up by projections based on non specific and unrealistic data. Why? We do not know. A Community Update: On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014! 6 OF 7

7 Future Action(S) The community now needs to decide how best to move forward on this issue. This may take the form of: 1. A further submission with our conclusions and concerns; 2. Lobbying the Department via political processes; 3. A petition by the community; 4. Some form of community protest e.g. registering all children for a place at Berinba; 5. Recruiting the Media s assistance; 6. All of the above. BIBLIOGRAPHY (Copies of these papers and reports can be obtained through the Progress Association Web site or from ) Ref: 1. The Debunking of Urban Myths August 2013 author Mike Reid 2. Justification for a Primary School in Murrumbateman May 2014 WG Paper 3. Department of Education Needs Analysis January Community Survey Report - October 2013 WG A Community Update: On Building a Primary School for Murrumbateman July 2014! 7 OF 7

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