How improvements will be made at Pembrokeshire’s schools over the next few years form a draft ‘roadmap’ drawn up following 2020’s critical Estyn report.
An inspection found that the local authority’s educations services “are causing significant concern and require follow-up activity” and added that “standards are good or better in only half of the primary schools inspected in the last three years.”
Members of the schools and learning overview and scrutiny committee received a draft vision and roadmap for education improvement at its meeting on Thursday (June 10), which had been developed with support from the ISOS partnership.
It aims to “support the reshaping of the strategic direction of the education directorate” and develop better partnerships with school to bring about improvements, a report to the meeting states.
Director of education Steven Richards-Downes said the roadmap had been created in collaboration with headteachers, with a primary and secondary headteacher from south, north, mid and…