Suffolk County Council seeks views to help develop more detailed response to schools report

Pupils from Great Whelnetham Primary and Priory School at Holy Trinity Primary, in Hackney, as part of Suffolk County Council's response to the No School an Island report
Pupils from Great Whelnetham Primary and Priory School at Holy Trinity Primary, in Hackney, as part of Suffolk County Council's response to the No School an Island report
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Suffolk County Council bosses are to work over the summer to develop a series of actions in response to an independent educational inquiry.

With headteachers, governors, colleges and employers, the authority aims to create a more detailed response to the recommendations in the Royal Society for Arts, Commerce and Manufactures’ No School an Island report.

It has already formed a partnership with the London borough of Hackney following the report’s publicationin May.

They are also seeking views from parents and young people, which can be emailed to raisingthebar@suffolk.gov.uk

The deadline for comments is September 16.