Background to the partnership:
CAP is a partnership of all the state-funded providers of education and training for 14-19 year olds in Cambridge, East Cambridgeshire and South Cambridgeshire.
The core purpose of CAP is to ensure that every young person (14 – 19) within the Partnership has equality of opportunity to the very best provision, essential in securing high level Engagement, Progression, Participation, Retention and Achievement.
To achieve this CAP will:
Establish and communicate a vision for 11-19 Education, taking into account the National and Local Agenda
Strategically plan for the realisation of the vision
Co-ordinate collaboration between CAP centres and Cambridgeshire County Council to support all young people to continue successfully in education or training until 19
Provide a strong, professional community focussed on knowledge sharing and innovation
Provide a focal point / hub for employers, funding bodies and other stakeholders to engage with education providers within the CAP area
Collect, collate and disseminate information and data relevant to the curriculum, employment, progression and achievement within the partnership
Commission projects in response to local needs analysis
Champion the disadvantaged
Ensure accurate information on all post 14 opportunities is available to all CAP centres
Monitor and evaluate the impact of all its activities on the outcomes of all young people (14-19) within the partnership
All CAP’s activities will be conducted with due regard to equal opportunities.
Priorities for 2016 - 2017:
The four Key Priorities focus on the core business of CAP:
Priority One: Successful Transition & Progression
Priority Two: Engagement with other agencies to support CAP’s core purpose
Priority Three: Improved communication across CAP
Priority Four: Developing a sustainable partnership beyond 2017