The Cambridgeshire School Improvement Board (CSIB) brings together representatives of all phases with FE, the Teaching School Alliances, school partnerships, the Diocesan Authorities, the universities, elected members, governors, the teacher unions and the Regional Schools Commissioner.
The aim of the Board is to ensure that all of these groups work together to meet the County’s priorities. Its key objectives are:
Define and promote a Cambridgeshire entitlement for leadership development.
Commission programmes to accelerate the achievement of our disadvantaged groups.
Champion raised aspirations for Cambridgeshire, to include a cultural entitlement for all children.
For documents relating to previous meetings, please visit our knowledge hub group.*
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CSIB School Improvement Fund
The County Council has allocated some one-off funding to the Cambridgeshire School Improvement Board for school improvement within the county. The Board has invited bids from schools, clusters or teaching schools to support specific, targeted projects which will address the CSIB priorities.
Please click on the categories below for details of the projects and their progress.
Bids were for amounts of money between £5000 and £10,000, and the projects intended to last for a year or less. If you would like more information, please contact Rachel Snape, Chair of the Board, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Helen Manley, facilitator, at email@example.com.