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Oxfordshire: room at school »
This report was undertaken to identify what uses Oxfordshire schools are currently making or allowing to be made of their premises other than for statutory education.
planning school places »
This review will focus on three areas: school admissions, appeals and planning of places.
school governors »
Inquiry into the recruitment and retention of school governors in Leeds, focusing particularly on the levels of vacancies and on the support provided to schools to attract new governors.
School Inclusion - the role of education »
A summary report reviewing work undertaken to date and providing an up-to-date position statement on inclusion issues.
school inspection reports »
This review was undertaken to look at various aspects in relation to OFSTED's approach to inspection and the borough's response.
school reorganisation »
A consideration of the lessons learned from three local primary school reorganisations which were implemented in September 2001, in order to inform the much more comprehensive primary review process being embarked on by the City Council and Education Leeds in early 2003.
School support - financial resource management »
A consideration of the role of the Schools Support Team (SST), in liaison with Schools Financial Services Unit (SFSU), in providing support for schools on the effective management of financial resources.
secondary school provision »
Undertaken in response to urgent changes that needed to be made to admission arrangements.
special educational needs »
A review of how appropriate the strategic special educational needs development plan is in meeting changing needs and future requirements.
Stoke-on-Trent: healthy eating in schools »
The review explored the increasing levels of Obesity in young people and looked at the effect of healthy eating form an early age.
Sunderland: education exlusions »
This review aimed to establish if the current arrangements are appropriate and adequate to achieve the Council's aims and objectives to achieve educational inclusion.
Worcestershire: healthy eating in schools »
The scrutiny exercise aimed to find out the current situation regarding healthy eating in schools in Worcestershire and to try to establish whether a healthy diet would result in better behaviour and improved pupil concentration in class and, as a consequence, improvement in educational standards.
Substance Misuse Education »
The scrutiny panel sought to assess how substance misuse education is being delivered to children and young people across Middlesbrough and also to assess the impact of this education.
Sandwell: academy schools »
This report has been produced by the Education and Lifelong Learning Scrutiny Panel and concludes its enquiry into:
Worcestershire: managing exclusions in schools »
The scrutiny aimed to review the current arrangements for managing pupil behaviour in Worcestershire schools.
Delivering the 14-19 Education Entitlement »
Significant national reforms led Bracknell Forest’s Overview and Scrutiny function to review 14-19 years education entitlement. The review included consideration of whether the entitlement would meet the needs of young people not in education, employment or training, particularly as the age of compulsory participation in education and training is increasing.
14-19 Years Education Entitlement »
14-19 years education provision was reviewed owing to significant national reforms taking place in this area consisting of Diplomas, which combine practical and theoretical learning both in the classroom and in work situations as an alternative to the traditional GCSE and A-Level qualification route; Foundation Learning; Apprenticeships; and Functional Skills.
A Review of Children's Centres & Extended Services In and Around Schools in Bracknell Forest »
The purpose of the review of the Children’s Centres and Extended Schools Services project was to look at the effectiveness of the implementation of the project in Bracknell Forest and to review the anticipated outcomes for children, young people and families with a view to informing future project development.
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.
Celebrating English as an Additional Language »
An Overview and Scrutiny working group was established to review the Implications of English as an Additional Language in Bracknell Forest Schools. The review identified the key issues for schools arising from the increasing number of pupils without English as their first language and recommended actions to tackle them.
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.
Lancashire: special educational needs »
This Overview and Scrutiny project was undertaken as a Member contribution to the consultation process on the proposed strategy to implement an inclusive continuum for special educational needs for children in Lancashire.
Wakefield: attendance and exclusions - the implications for attainment »
This review aimed to complement the authority's continued drive to improve behaviour and attendance in schools and reduce the need for permanent exclusions.