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Leadership and Management Groups

ERYC 14-19 Leadership and Management Structure

Children's Trust Board


  • To provide the strategic framework for Children's Services through the East Riding Children and Young People's Plan.

East Riding 14-19 Strategy Group

Roles and responsibilities of all the major groups involved in 14-19 education are outlined below.

Diploma photo


  • Develop strategic approaches to the planning and collaborative delivery of 14-19 education and training;
  • Establish a set of annual priorities and an area wide planning cycle;
  • Make recommendations on the local configuration of 14 to 19 education and training;
  • Monitor and evaluate performance through self assessment processes;
  • Provide a forum for sharing practice across and between local partnerships/consortia.
ChairEast Riding Learning Partnership
Chair or nominated representative (with strategic responsibility for 14-19)Local Area Partnership or local Consortia
PrincipalBishop Burton College
PrincipalEast Riding College
PrincipalHull College
PrincipalSelby College
HeadteacherSpecial School
Learning and Skills ManagerEast Riding of Yorkshire Council
DirectorHumber Education Business Partnership
Chief ExecutiveConsortium for Learning
Head of Improvement and LearningEast Riding of Yorkshire Council
Area Relationship Manager (Secondary Strategy)East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Area ManagerConnexions
DirectorHumberside Learning Consortium
RepresentativeUniversity of Hull
Partnership ManagerEast Riding Learning Partnership


John Seaman, 14-19 Senior Adviser
Tel: (01482) 392410


Local Area Partnerships


Local Area Partnerships will be charged with the implementation of National and Local Authority 14-19 Strategy through the East Riding of Yorkshire Operational Plan and Local Area Partnership plans, under the direction of the Local Authority Executive and Officer Groups and advised by the 14-19 Strategy Group.

  • Promoting a learning culture in the local area
  • Developing innovative ways of Partnership Working and the delivery of the 14-19 Learner Entitlement in the Local Partnership area
  • Expanding the availability of learning opportunities in the local Partnership Area
  • Commissioning the production, review and evaluation of Local Area Plans in support of the Local Authority Education Plan
  • Rationalising and quality assuring the existing provision of education and training in the area
  • Integrate any wider Strategic Area Partnership recommendations into action plans and other activities


Partnership Schools and Colleges, WBL provider representative, Connexions, Humber EBP


Sara Fletcher, Learning Partnership Manager
Tel: (01482) 391336


Local Area Partnership Executive Groups


  1. Auditing, developing and extending the 14-19 Learner Entitlement across the partnership, including the management of Diploma provision, Young Apprenticeships, Foundation Learning, and GCSEs and A levels;
  2. Setting appropriate targets based on relevant local and sub-regional data;
  3. Agreeing a local funding plan to support the development of Diplomas;
  4. Improving the success rates of learners;
  5. Providing appropriate and impartial guidance to learners;
  6. Widening provision and access to a range of learning opportunities;
  7. Coordinating and quality assuring the delivery of collaborative learning provision;
  8. Reporting to the board on the progress of the plan;
  9. Developing and monitoring the agreed protocols between the 'student supply' organisations i.e. schools, colleges, other education and training providers;
  10. Setting up of further task groups as appropriate to take forward specific aspects of the 14-19 Local Area Partnership Development plan.


Curriculum Managers in Partnership Schools and Colleges, Connexions, Humber EBP, WBL provider representative.


Mike Conquest, LAP Coordinator
Email: mikecq@


14-19 Action Group

A sub-group of the 14-19 Strategy Group.


  • Developing East Riding wide approaches to the planning and collaborative delivery of 14-19 education and training for Strategy Group approval;
  • Acting as a working group and focus group for the development of Diploma entitlement;
  • Providing operational support to the Strategy Group on the 14-19 reform agenda;
  • Providing a forum for area wide planning and development of processes;
  • Advising the Strategy Group on progress in the delivery of the reform programme;
  • Providing a forum for sharing practice and developing approaches across and between local areas and Diploma consortia.

Group to meet as and when required.

Representation from each LAP and sector.


Jean Johnson, 14-19 Lead Officer
Tel: 01482 391337



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