Education and children’s services
Prospect's Aspect group represents nearly 3,000 professionals in the education, children's services, early help, commissioning and children's social care field.
They are based throughout the UK, and work across a range of sectors serving the interests of children and young people, including the public, private, faith, voluntary and community sectors. These professionals include:
- advisory headteachers
- directors and managers of children's services
- school improvement and early years advisers
- education welfare officers
- youth and community service officers
- Early Years Professionals
- 14-19 coordinators
- heads of Sure Start
- Ofsted inspectors
- parent partnership staff
- self-employed consultants
- early help specialists
- commissioning staff.
Aspect group members: if you have any queries, contact our helpdesk on 01924 207890 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
28 September 2015
This briefing is intended for members of the Aspect Group of Prospect working in Northern Ireland. It follows the members’ meeting held on 23 September at the Clounagh Centre, Portadown and summarizes information, discussions and advice provided on the day. Further updates will be provided in due course as negotiation, consultation and discussions with Employer and DE representatives proceed.
09 September 2015
The Aspect group of Prospect is urging the Scottish government not to use national testing to rank the performance of primary schools. Tommy Doherty and Paul Watson outline the case against it.
03 September 2015
In July 2015 the DfE launched a consultation on proposed amendments to the to the Children Act 2004 (Joint Area Reviews) Regulations 2005. The consultation document can be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/child-protection-services-joint-agency-reviews