Suffolk County Council and the RSA have launched an inquiry into education and learning in Suffolk.
The Deadline for submissions has passed on 2nd December 2012
The aim is to make sure that young people in Suffolk have the best possible chance to succeed at school, and get great jobs, in a fast-changing world. At the moment Suffolk’s young people are falling behind, with lower exam results than most of the rest of the country. Employers are often telling us that Suffolk’s young people are leaving school without the skills they need.This is not a typical inquiry where a small group listens to evidence, writes a report, and then hopes that something happens.
Instead we want to make new things happen quickly. People in Suffolk are already excited about the Inquiry and are developing new ideas to transform learning in Suffolk. We have begun working on a number of practical projects – but we need more ideas!