Reshaping Education in Solihull

What this page is for?

This page will provide updates on the progress of the reshaping education initiative that is now underway, therefore please continue to check this page for up to date information.

Background

There have been some significant changes to the world of education over recent years, not least with rise of academisation, national curriculum changes, a new Ofsted inspection framework, sweeping changes to national funding of education, as well as the impact of the pandemic on schools and the wider education system.

With this in mind, we have developed a discussion paper which aims to begin a wider conversation about our future role in education, and how we move forward to address the challenges.

The discussion paper (below) explores a number of the key challenges we are facing and begins to outline our current thinking about the council’s future role and priorities in education – critically asking ourselves ‘what success looks like’ and how we might get there. There is recognition that we need to build on what we have learnt and move forward in a way which enables a strong sense of collaboration within an increasingly diverse and complex local education system.

Reshaping Education Discussion Paper

Questionnaire – your views matter!

Please take time to complete the questionnaire below to provide your views and comments.

Questionnaire

Following feedback, we have now included the survey in pdf format here SurveyMonkey Core.pdf allowing you to review the questions and prepare your answers, which may make it easier to then complete the online survey.

Please complete and submit the online survey and do not send any responses in as attachments or paper copies.

Keep checking back to this page for updates, if you have queries, please speak to your manager in the first instance, if they’re unable to answer your question then send an email to reshapingeducation@solihull.gov.uk

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