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Decision details

New Business Model for the Schools Peripatetic Music Service

Decision Maker: Decision Session - Executive Member for Children and Young People's Services, Executive Member for Children & Young People's Services

Decision status: Decision Made

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: Yes

Purpose:

Purpose of report: To set out a new Business Model for the Peripatetic Music Service. This will introduce new terms and conditions for all teachers in the service from September 2010, as well as new patterns of service delivery to schools and to members of the public. The Executive Member is asked to: Agree the new business model. Following discussion with the Executive Member it was agreed that additional time for the consultation with Trade Unions would be required prior to the paper being formally presented. This report has been slipped from 9 November to the 14 December 2010 Decision Session.

Decision:

RESOLVED:That the new business model for the Music Service, set out as Option b in paragraphs 16 to 18 of the report be approved.

 

REASON:      To support the council’s commitment to a cultural entitlement for young people and to create a flexible business model that can adapt to changing funding from central government without council subsidy.

Report author: Gill Cooper

Publication date: 14/12/2010

Date of decision: 14/12/2010

Decided at meeting: 14/12/2010 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Children and Young People's Services

Effective from: 17/12/2010

Accompanying Documents:

 

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