Partnership Development within the Education, Participation, Infrastructure and Partnership Service aims to:
Take an area perspective on the quality and structure of the education landscape in Norfolk to ensure education providers are secure and able to deliver high quality learner outcomes in a sustainable way.
Engage with a range of stakeholders, internal and external, to deliver the fundamental changes that are needed to ensure all children have a good or better place of education.
Support initiatives that contribute to high quality and sustainable leadership (governance, head teachers, senior and middle leaders) including the facilitation of the sharing of best practice opportunities with partners in this country and beyond (International links)
Oversee the local authority’s statutory duties in relation to sufficiency delivery, place planning and school re-organisation, admissions, fair access and transport.