A consultation on the education shake-up plans is currently taking place, running until Friday, March 4, a month later than originally planned
The date for feedback to be sent in has now been shifted from February 4 to March 4 – extending the consultation over the council’s cluster school plans by one month.
‘Parents have got power so they need to make their voices heard.’
The conference sessions will be based around the importance of a rights-focused, relationship-centred and play-based approach to education.
‘Our plan pulls together a range of information on the work of the education service for pupils, staff, parents and carers and our communities’
Sam Stewart’s priority and focus will be on ‘building strong, positive and nurturing relationships’ and ‘in driving forward improvement within learning and teaching’