Cabinet Member for Learning and Employability.
“It is essential that children and young people in the
county have access to a good, local school.
It is widely recognised that the quality of school buildings can help or hinder learning and teaching, so our comprehensive build and maintenance programme will ensure our children can learn in the best environments to help them succeed.
We have been working for several years now to
ensure we have enough capacity in Staffordshire to meet demand, either by expanding existing schools, or by building new ones, and we continue to plan for the future.”
Philip White, Cabinet Member for learning and Employability
Reasons for the Decision – To consider the Schools Capital Programme for 2020/21.
Decision – (a) That the Schools Capital Programme 2020/21 investment proposals, as set out in the report, be approved.
(b) That the Head of Commercial and Assets be authorised to monitor progress of the programme and make any necessary in-year alterations in agreement with the Cabinet Member for Learning and Employability.