Friday, 11 June 2010

I started the day at the 'Building our Brilliant Best' Conference at the Civic Hall...

The conference was aimed at further promoting and developing equality, diversity and community cohesion to improve outcomes for our children and young people. We wanted to focus on the journey schools and Education Leeds have been on over the last nine great years and showcase and celebrate the best practice we have developed together with the communities we serve. We also wanted to see how we can build on these strengths while we work to develop a greater understanding of the challenges we still face around poverty, deprivation and underachievement. This will help us focus our enegry and efforts to improve outcomes and create even more impact in the new children's services arrangements that will be established from April 2011.

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