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Buckinghamshire: education development plan »
A review of the Education Development Plan which produced a number of proposals related to the future production of the Plan and monitoring reports.
Buckinghamshire: proposals to build a complex school in Buckinghamshire »
The Committee investigated the background and development of the proposal to build a complex school in Buckinghamshire.
Buckinghamshire: pupil referral units »
A consideration of two topics in relation to Pupil Referral Units – the management of the Units and the provision of full-time education for excluded pupils.
Buckinghamshire: raising pupil attainment at key stage two »
Although school standards in Buckinghamshire are high, Key stage two is one of the areas of relative underperformance and hence merited a reveiw.
Buckinghamshire: school catchment areas »
A scrutiny inquiry in to the proposals to change school catchment areas and schools admissions policy.
Buckinghamshire: the prevention of bullying in schools »
The Overview and Scrutiny Committee for Children's Services reviewed the effective strategies that schools have in place to prevent bullying.
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
Cambridgeshire: Life After School »
This review investigated transitions to further education/training/ employment/social care for young people with special needs, with the aim of enabling this group of young people to access the best possible opportunities from school into adulthood.
Cantebury: student impact »
An in-depth review of how to maximise the positive impacts of the district's higher education institutions and their students whilst minimising and managing the negative impacts.
Cardiff - School exclusions and SEN »
This report, published in May 2003, examines a wide range of issues concerning the exclusion of pupils from school in Cardiff, and the educational provision for children with special educational needs.
Cardiff: anti-bullying approach »
A Report of the Children & Young People Scrutiny Committee into Cardiff's Anti-Bullying Approach
Cardiff: draft school organisation plan 2002- 2007 »
A report setting out the Committes observations on the draft plan.
Cardiff: future community learning provision »
A report of the Community and Adult Services Scrutiny Committee of Cardiff Council into 'Future Community Learning Provision in Cardiff'
Cardiff: Glan Ely High School- Proposals for Change »
The purpose of this review was to monitor the Council's performance against its Best Value policy, legislative requirements and Government policy on Best Value and Beacon Councils
Cardiff: progress at a community college »
This report, published in June 2003, reviews progress at Michaelston Community College approximately six months after it superseded Glan Ely High School.
Cardiff: School Organisation Plan »
The Committee agreed to undertake this inquiry to enable the Council to undertake the development of a school organisation plan assured that the data, methodologies, guidance, processes, forecasts, and calculations being used were both accurate and robust.
Cardiff: speech and language therapy »
A review into the provision of facilities for Children with language difficulties including Speech.
Cardiff: truancy »
Truancy is a national issue of concern, with regular press reports expressing displeasure with the levels and the social impact of truancy. In response to Cardiff’s poor showing in the Welsh truancy league tables, the Children & Young People Scrutiny Committee agreed to undertake an inquiry into the problems associated with Truancy and the effectiveness of actions undertaken to reduce it.
Communtiy Focused Schools »
Schools represent a considerable investment on the part of the wider community – in land, buildings, man-power, and other resources. It is to be regretted, therefore, that, all too often, they sit within, yet in many ways remote from, the communities they are there to serve.
Literacy of children and young people in Cardiff - Cardiff County Council »
Cardiff County Council
Local and national research indicates that the consequences of low literacy are far reaching – both for the individuals concerned and the communities they inhabit. There are strong links between low literacy and poverty, limited educational attainment, poor self esteem, unemployment, failing health and crime.
Cheshire: Transforming Learning Communities »
To review the process undertaken in Cheshire to tackle falling roles in schools.
Cornwall: bullying in schools »
This review was undertaken to examine existing policy and consider good current practice(within the LEA and beyond) with regards to bullying.
Cornwall: every child matters »
This Panel was established jointly with Members of the Lifelong Learning Policy Development and Scrutiny Committee to look at the implications of the Bill upon Social Services, Education and Health Services.
City Academies »
The City Council was proposing to establish two City Academies. A review group was set up to examine the proposals and form a view, to be passed on to the Cabinet as part of the consultation process.
Crawley: language, literacy & numeracy »
To examine the benefits of Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) and to consider whether staff development, service improvement, efficiency and any other benefits might be achieved by its strategic extension to other parts of the council and how this might be done.