Archives for September 2015

What’s next for the Service Improvement & Finance Scrutiny Panel

The Service Improvement & Finance Scrutiny Performance Panel will be meeting at 1.30pm on Wednesday 16 September (Committee Room 3) Civic Centre. The role of the Panel is to scrutinise the Council’s corporate performance, service improvement and budget arrangements. Councillor Robert Francis- Davies, Cabinet Member for Enterprise, Development & Regeneration will be attending the meeting to […]

The Local Service Board Scrutiny Panel meeting 14 September

The Local Service Board Scrutiny Panel will be meeting at 2.00pm on Monday 14 September in Committee Room 5 (Guildhall). At the meeting the Panel will continue to consider the Local Service Board’s contribution to addressing the challenge of Older People’s Independence. The overarching question that the Panel is seeking to address is “What difference […]

Whats next for Schools Performance Scrutiny Panel?

The Schools Performance Scrutiny Panel have two meeting scheduled for September and you are welcome to come along and listen to the discussion.  These include: 10 September at 4pm (Committee Room 3b in the Guildhall) – the panel will be meeting with relevant people to discuss support for and educational attainment of looked after children and of […]

Developing a ‘can do’ culture is everybody’s business

The Corporate Culture Scrutiny Inquiry Panel  reported its finding and recommendations to Cabinet on the 20th August.  The Council Cabinet will now consider the report and its findings and give their response within the next couple of months. This topic was chosen for scrutiny because, as a Council our corporate culture underpins everything we do, from how we engage […]

What has been the impact of the Attainment and Wellbeing inquiry?

The Attainment and Wellbeing Scrutiny Inquiry Panel met in June 2015 to look at the impact of their Scrutiny Inquiry into Attainment and Wellbeing across schools in Swansea. The original inquiry considered how schools, the Council and partners can improve wellbeing in Schools. Councillors were pleased to hear from the Cabinet Member that the inquiry had […]