RESIDENTS are invited to give feedback on Warwickshire’s education strategy for 2024 to 2030.
Warwickshire County Council is currently reviewing its existing strategy and seeking views on whether the proposals are the right ones to inform the direction of education provision until 2030.
WCC’s education spokesperson Coun Kam Kaur said: “We believe that every learner deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential, and we are committed to creating an education system that empowers them to do so.
“We are inviting our residents to share their valuable perspectives on Warwickshire’s refreshed education strategy for 2024 to 2030. Together, we can ensure that our principles and priorities align with the needs of our learners, families, and communities, shaping the direction of education in Warwickshire for years to come. Your views matter, let us know what you think.”
The proposed principles within the refreshed strategy are – enabling the best outcomes for all, aspiration and Inclusion, a learner-centred holistic approach, early identification and help, high-quality service, and effective partnership.
Residents can complete the survey at https://ask.warwickshire.gov.uk/insights-service/education-strategy-2023-2030/