ELP committees plans
Six committees have been established to consolidate and develop new ways of working between the council and schools to deliver on six agreed areas.
The membership for each committee is drawn from education providers, governors and council officers.
Each committee will give shape to one overarching priority from the ELP strategic plan – setting out key objectives and activities that will improve outcomes for children and young people.
Learning and achievement committee plan
Securing consistently high standards of teaching and learning to achieve outcomes amongst the best in London through skillful and sustainable collaboration.
Safeguarding and wellbeing committee plan
Anticipating and responding intelligently to safeguarding needs through strong collaboration between schools and services.
SEND and inclusion committee plan
Improving educational attainment and life chances for our most vulnerable children and young people including those with SEND.
Progression and pathways to employment committee plan
Ensuring that every young person is on a pathway to sustainable employment.
Recruitment, retention and financial sustainability for schools committee plan
Supporting schools to spend well for less – efficiency through creative solutions.
Draft business growth and communications committee plan
A visible, agile partnership that attracts investment and talent through its core purpose and success.