Primary strategy for change
Please note the consultation has now closed
The Primary Strategy sets out our ambitions and approaches to ensure that children and young people have access to the best services and support possible as they progress through their primary education. It sets out how integrated and multi-agency services will ensure that everyone can thrive and achieve their potential.
This second stage of the consultation is now taking place and covers four sections.
- Section 1 outlines the background and purpose.
- Section 2 develops the five principles taking into account the input from the first round of consultation and will form the heart of the Primary Strategy.
- Section 3 establishes the investment priorities and criteria for assessing schools’ needs.
- Section 4 gives baseline assessment information.
You can view the full copy of the consultation document which can be found in the attached files section below.
In February we asked for comments on our proposals for the Primary Strategy for Change. We have analysed your comments and refined and improved the draft strategy. We will ensure that a copy of the analysis of feedback is circulated so that you can see how your views have been taken into account.
The Primary Strategy gives our vision for the next twelve years and will be reviewed annually to ensure it remains relevant to current developments as well as the Haringey context.
The purpose of the Primary Strategy is to record our plans and aspirations to raise standards further and ensure meaningful inclusion for all pupils, achieving this in the context of a Children and Young People’s Service. We also want to ensure that the job of learning is central to our strategy. At the same time we will continue to meet the aspirations in Every Child Matters and the Children’s Plan 2007, manage and implement local innovations, share best practice and address local issues.
The Primary Strategy will be in place from 2008 to 2020 and is a far reaching proposal which we want to be aspirational. We received overwhelming support for the five principles we proposed and have used each principle to frame and develop our strategy into what we want to achieve and how.
How can you have your say
The consultation closed on the 25 May 2008.