Agenda

Children's, Young People and Education Cabinet Committee
Friday, 11th January, 2019 10.00 am

Venue: Council Chamber, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone. View directions

Contact: Emma West  03000 412421

Webcast: View the webcast

Items
No. Item

1.

Introduction/Webcast announcement

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2.

Apologies and Substitutes

To receive apologies for absence and notification of any substitutes present

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3.

Declarations of Interest by Members in items on the Agenda

To receive any declarations of interest made by Members in relation to any matter on the agenda.  Members are reminded to specify the agenda item number to which it refers and the nature of the interest being declared

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4.

Minutes of the meeting held on 29 November 2018 pdf icon PDF 145 KB

To consider and approve the minutes as a correct record.

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5.

Verbal Update by Cabinet Member and Corporate Director pdf icon PDF 49 KB

To receive a verbal update from the Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Education and the Corporate Director of Children, Young People and Education.

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6.

18/00069 - Proposed Coordinated Schemes for Primary and Secondary Schools in Kent and Admission Arrangements for Infant, Junior and Primary and Secondary Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools 2020/21 pdf icon PDF 96 KB

To receive a report which considers the outcome of the consultations on the proposed admissions arrangements for infant, junior and primary and secondary community and voluntary controlled schools and the proposed scheme for transfer to infant, primary, junior and secondary schools in September 2020 including the proposed process for non-coordinated In-Year Admissions.

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18/00071 - Children and Young People's Mental Health Services, funded by Kent County Council pdf icon PDF 102 KB

Supplementary agenda to follow.

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8.

Change for Kent Children Programme pdf icon PDF 181 KB

To receive a report which sets out the Directorate’s new approach to the delivery of integrated services for children and families in Kent.

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Capital Programme 2019-22, Revenue Budget 2019-20 and Medium-Term Financial Plan 2019-22 pdf icon PDF 139 KB

To receive a report which provides Members with an opportunity to comment on the draft budget proposals for 2019/20.

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10.

Skills and Employability pdf icon PDF 133 KB

To receive a report which sets out Kent’s current position on apprenticeships, any difficulties and Kent’s direction of travel, including who holds the responsibility for apprenticeships within Kent County Council and outlines the revised Skills and Employability Service and responsibilities under the newly established LATCo, The Education People (TEP).

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11.

Performance Scorecard pdf icon PDF 84 KB

The Children’s, Young People and Education Cabinet Committee is asked to review and comment on the Children, Young People and Education performance scorecard, which now includes Education, Early Help, and Specialist Children’s Services.

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Ofsted Update pdf icon PDF 67 KB

The Committee is asked to note an information item setting out data on Ofsted results.

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13.

Work Programme 2019/20 pdf icon PDF 57 KB

To receive the report from General Counsel that gives details of the proposed Work Programme for the Children’s, Young People and Education Cabinet Committee.

 

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14.

School Expansions/Alterations pdf icon PDF 85 KB

School Expansions and Alterations (Decision Numbers: 18/00070, 19/00003 and 19/00009)

·         18/00070 - Proposal to permanently expand Speldhurst Church of England Primary School, Langton Road, Speldhurst, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 0NP, from 140 places to 210 places, increasing the published admission number (PAN) from 20 to 30 Reception Year places from September 2020

 

·         19/00003 - Provision of additional accommodation at Finberry Primary Academy

 

·         19/00009 - Proposal to change the age range of Bysing Wood Primary School, Faversham, from 4-11 years to 2-11 years

 

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19/00007 - 0-19 (and up to 25) Non-Statutory Children's Services District Governance Structures pdf icon PDF 111 KB

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