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Educational Attainment in the Bradford District »
Determining the barriers to improving educational attainment in the Bradford District.
Agreed Maths and English Inquiry Report »
Maths and English inquiry report
Attainment and Wellbeing in Schools »
The report of the Scrutiny Inquiry Panel ‘Learning Lessons’ provides a number of recommendations about how schools, the council and partners can improve wellbeing in schools.
A Review of School Governance »
A review of school governance in Bracknell Forest schools with a view to identifying areas for improvement and disseminating good practice.
Improvement, Admissions, Planning: Implications of the Education Act 2011 »
An overview of the Eucation Act 2011 in relation to school imprvement, school place planning and admissions.
Increasing Young People's Involvement in Service Design and Delivery »
Investigating the importance of involving children and young people in service design and delivery.
Maintaining and building relationships »
A report about how the Council, new and emerging Academies are working together to provide a co-ordinated, sustainable managed relationship that is fit for purpose.
Supporting Small Business Scrutiny Review »
This report is a summary of the findings from three separate but linked reviews focusing on challenges facing the small business sector in Wolverhampton.
NEET Scrutiny Inquiry report March 2013 »
NEET inquiry report
Scrutiny Review of Quality & Sufficiency of Childcare »
Children & Young People Select Committtee review of childcare provision in the borough
Birmingham City Council: Strenthening the Birmingham Family of Schools - The Role of the City Council »
At a time of exceptional change in education, the full impact of which will only become clear in years to come, our Inquiry set out to find what the new strategic role is for the City Council in local education. While it is determined largely by statutory responsibilities.
Learning New Ways - the local authority and academies in Buckinghamshire »
This report presents the findings and recommendations of a scrutiny review group on the working relationships between acadmied and the county council in Buckinghamshire
Review of East Riding School Buildings »
The review examined the condition of East Riding school buildings following issues raised by Head Teachers during scrutiny meetings and in light of the demise of Building Schools for the Future (BSF).
The Council Role in the new Education Environment »
The review reflected on the changes made to the education environment and the role of the local authority and local elected representatives in education.
Elective Home Education »
The reveiw undertook a review of the Elective Home Education Policy
EIT Review of School Effectiveness »
Efficiency, Improvement and Transformation Review
Further Education in the Salisbury Area Final Report »
Final Report of the Further Education in the Salisbury Area Scrutiny Task Group
Leeds City Council: Scrutiny Inquiry Report »
Improving School Attendance
Educational Attainment in Forest Heath »
This report provides the observations, conclusions and recommendations reached from the review on educational attainment in Forest Heath DC, undertaken by the Overview and Scrutiny Educational Attainment Task and Finish Group
Effective challeneg of underperformance in schools (focusing on improving attainment at Key Stage 2) »
Medway's performance at Key Stage 2 is one of the lowest performing local authorities nationally. The Children and Young People Overview and Scrutiny Committee therefore agreed to carry out an in-depth review into underperformance within schools, focussing on Key Stage 2.
Review of the Role of Teaching Assistants Across Primary Sector Schools »
Examination of the role of the teaching assistants in primary schools across Swansea, the Board asked 'are they being used effectively? Is there use consistant? and are they being trained adequately?'
Review into admissions to Springfield School having regard to the number of pupils living in the catchment area and attending feeder schools who failed to gain a place at the school for September 2011. »
Review of admissions process for this particular school.
Achievement at Key Stage 2 »
This report details the findings and recommendations from the scrutiny review of Achievement at Key Stage 2. The key questions we aimed to answer in this review were: Do we know why children in Hackney perform below national levels at Key Stage 2? Are lessons being learned from the best performing schools and shared and embedded in the approaches and practices of under-performing schools in Hackney? Are the Learning Trust and the local authority preparing sufficiently to support schools given the changes to the education system contained within the Education White Paper and the subsequent Education Bill?
14-19 Education Training »
To review the take up of Diplomas and their progress and what lessons had been learnt. To provide information to the Committee on other education and training choices that young people are making between the ages of 14 and 19 to include: Foundation Learning, Apprenticeships and GCSEs/A Levels.