Challenge Groups2018-05-21T16:53:41+00:00

Challenge Groups

The governance structure of Bristol Learning City includes a Partnership Board of influential city leaders; three Learning Challenge Groups and over 70 local partners delivering activity to tackle inequality and identified priorities.

The areas of challenge that the Partnership are collectively addressing are: Learning in Education, Learning for Work and Learning in Communities.

Learning for Work

Learning for Work

Supporting citizens into work and ensuring the local workforce is skilled and diverse.

Current priorities:

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Learning in Education

Raising the attainment of all students through formal learning in Bristol early years setting, schools, colleges and universities.

Current priorities:

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Learning in Communities*

Encouraging a culture in communities where learning is valued by everyone.

Current priorities:

  • Increase knowledge and understanding about access and participation in learning
  • Raise aspirations and awareness for all to engage in learning
  • Provide support for learners to raise achievement.

*In November 2016,  the Partnership Board approved a Strategic Ambition which sets out the Partnerships collective priorities for action during 2016 – 2018. To reflect the new ambition, two of the original Challenge Groups (Learning for Everyone and Learning for Life) have been replaced by a new Challenge Group called Learning in Communities.