Do you have a question for Councillor Jennifer Raynor, Cabinet Member for Education?

The Cabinet Member for Education, Councillor Jennifer Raynor, will be appearing before the Scrutiny Programme Committee on 22 December for a question and answer session. The committee welcome your ideas for questions.


Cllr. Jennifer Raynor

Cllr. Jennifer Raynor










Councillor Raynor’s portfolio of Education includes the following areas of responsibility:

The committee will explore the work she has done in this role, looking at priorities, actions, achievements and impact.

Is there anything that you think the committee should ask her? Any suggestions made before 22 December will be looked at by the committee in developing its questioning strategy and the key ones will be put to Councillor Raynor.

Let us have your ideas by adding a comment to this post, by email to or tweet us at @swanseascrutiny.

The committee meeting will take place on Monday 22 December at 4.30 pm in Committee Room 1 in the Civic Centre, Swansea and the public are welcome to attend.

A summary of each session, including public questions that are asked, and views of the committee are included in a letter to the relevant cabinet member. Both these letters and responses from Cabinet Members are published in future Scrutiny Programme Committee agendas.

This is part of a series of Cabinet Member Question Sessions that will take place over the course of the year.  The committee meets every 4 weeks.

Schedule for future sessions:




Cabinet Member(s)


19 January 2015  

  • Jane Harris – Services for Adults & Vulnerable People
  • Mark Child – Wellbeing & Healthy City


16 February 2015
  • Mark Thomas – Environment & Transportation
  • Robert Francis-Davies – Enterprise, Development & Regeneration


16 March 2015
  • David Hopkins – Communities & Housing
  • Will Evans – Anti Poverty


13 April 2015
  • Clive Lloyd – Transformation & Performance


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