The Commission published its final report and recommendations on 14 February 2013.
A copy can be downloaded here: Outstanding for All report (PDF, 2MB).
Haringey Council has been presented with a copy of the report and is now responding to the report’s conclusions and recommendations. Details of the council’s next steps will be publicised on these webpages and directly to stakeholders once the response is complete. If you would like to see the council’s response, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be contacted once it is available.
Members of the Commission have agreed to reconvene after a year in order to review progress made in implementing recommendations and to consider the impact that has been made towards achieving excellence for all pupils in Haringey.
The independent education commission, Outstanding for All, was set up by the leader of Haringey Council Claire Kober to map out future education provision in Haringey.
It has been tasked with finding radical proposals to accelerate the pace of school improvement across the borough.
At the outset of the commission’s work, they were asked to publish an interim report. Due to the breadth of information they have received and the complexity of arriving at their final recommendations, they have decided to channel their time and energy into their final report. They will not therefore be publishing an interim report as set out in the terms of reference. The final report will be published in February 2013.
Our work will be based around three key themes:
- Achieving excellence for all
- Empowering parents and guardians
- A changing network
In undertaking this work we will:
- Be independent from the council
- Actively seek out and listen to a broad range of views, including those of teachers, parents, governors and pupils in Haringey
- Draw conclusions and recommendations based on analysis of evidence
Our work will look at:
- Education provision for 5-18 year old pupils
- Best practice in education across local authorities
- The future direction of government policy and Haringey Council’s role within it
- Educational trends and emerging issues for Haringey
- The council’s statutory duties with regard to safeguarding and promoting the well being of vulnerable children
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