Tuesday, 11 May 2010

At the end of the day yesterday I attended a meeting of the governing body at the BESD SILC...

Dr Barbara Mary, Chair of Governors, had asked me to the meeting, with Bill Chatwin, the SILC Principal, and his senior team, to look at the opportunities and challenges we are facing as we re-engineer behavioural provision in Leeds. The BESD SILC works, at the heart of our behavioural provision, with some of our most challenging young people and we must continue to develop the SILCs as real centres of excellence delivering a coherent, multi-agency and highly personalised offer for young people. Our priority over the next year must be to ensure the safety and well-being of the students and the colleagues who work at the SILC as we work together to build outstanding provision for this complex, very volatile and increasing population.

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