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Worcestershire Schools Forum (WSF)

Introduction

There has been a requirement since January 2003 for LA's to establish a Schools Forum for their area. The framework for their constitution and workings are set in Government Statutory Instrument and Regulations from the Department for Education (DFE).

In essence the setting up of Schools Forums became mandatory for all LA's to enable key local discussion on School Funding matters between a LA and its schools. This has evolved since their introduction and now Schools Forums have specific remits and decision-making powers on local issues contained within the legal framework.  

The key functions of Forum set in statute and are the requirement for consultation on the school funding formula, contracts and financial issues. Details of this very wide ranging and increasing brief are detailed within the relevant sections on the web site.

Worcestershire County Council (WCC) has therefore set up its Worcestershire School Forum (WSF) to comply with Department for Education (DfE) requirements. 

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Other WSF Information

Contacts:

 Chair of the Worcestershire Schools Forum

Clive Corbett
Headteacher
Pershore High School
Station Rd
Pershore
Worcestershire
WR10 2BX

Telephone: 01386 552471
Fax: 01386 555104
Email: office@pershore.worcs.sch.uk

telephoneClerk to the Worcestershire Schools Forum

Andy McHale
Service Manager Funding and Contract Management.
Directorate of Children's Services
Worcestershire County Council
P.O. Box 73
County Hall
Spetchley Road
Worcester
WR5 2YA

Telephone: 01905 766285
Fax: 01905 766776
Email: amchale@worcestershire.gov.uk

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This page was last reviewed 19 September 2014 at 10:34.
The page is next due for review 17 March 2016.