Cabinet Agenda 12th May 2010
Order of Business
1. Welcome and housekeeping arrangements
2. Apologies for Absence
3. Exclusion of Public and Press
To identify items where resolutions may be moved to exclude the press and public.
4. Declarations of Interest
Members to declare any interests they have in the business to be considered at the meeting.
5. Minutes of Previous Meeting
To approve the Minutes of the meetings of the Cabinet held on
28th April, 2010.
6. Public Questions and Petitions
To receive any questions or petitions from members of the public.
7. Items Called-In For Scrutiny/Referred To Cabinet/Council
The Deputy Chief Executive will inform the Cabinet of any items called in for scrutiny or referred to Cabinet/Council since the last meeting of the Cabinet.
8. Retirement of Staff
To note the retirement of staff from the Council’s service and to convey the Council’s thanks for their work.
Children and Young People’s Portfolio
Pauline Williams, Deputy Headteacher, Ecclesfield School
30 Years Service
John Bennett, Headteacher, Woodhouse West Primary School
36 Years Service
Susan Russell, Teacher, Fir Vale School
28 Years Service
Brian Summerhayes, Assistant Headteacher,
Whiteways Primary School
38 Years Service
Maureen Hickman, Senior Teaching Assistant Level 3,
Fox Hill Primary School
21 Years Service
Gillian Cassim, Cleaner and Supervisory Assistant,
Byron Wood Primary School
32 Years Service
9. Strategy for Expanding Primary School Places
Report of the Executive Director, Children and Young People’s Service
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Cabinet Agenda 12th May 2010 (62.5 KB)
Minutes of the Cabinet Meeting held on 28th April 2010 (93.5 KB)
The purpose of the report is to provide an overview of the impact of the growth in population and the requirement to provide additional primary school places from 2010/11. (505 KB)
Equality Impact Assessment Form - Policies and Projects (262 KB)