Bristol Learning City Strategic Ambition (2016 – 2018)

The Bristol Learning City Strategic Ambition was approved by the Partnership Board on Wednesday 9 November 2016.

DOWNLOAD PDF

Bristol Learning City Partnership Board Minutes

Minutes from previous Partnership Board meetings.

DOWNLOAD – January 2017 Minutes
DOWNLOAD – November 2016 Minutes
DOWNLOAD – September 2016 Minutes

Bristol Ways2Work Strategy (2016 – 2020)

The Bristol Ways2Work Strategy was approved by the Bristol Learning City Partnership Board on Wednesday 9 March 2016.

DOWNLOAD PDF

The Integrated Education & Capital Strategy (2015 – 2019)

The Integrated Education & Capital Strategy was approved by the Bristol Learning City Partnership Board on Wednesday 27 January 2016.

Executive Summary

The Executive Summary of the Integrated & Education Capital Strategy (2015 – 2019)

DOWNLOAD PDF

The Strategy

The full Integrated Education & Capital Strategy (2015 – 2019)

DOWNLOAD PDF

Appendices

The appendices of the Integrated Education & Capital Strategy (2015 – 2019)

DOWNLOAD PDF

UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities Profiles

A collection of Learning City profiles from across the world.

DOWNLOAD PDF

Descriptor text for Bristol Learning City

Text to use when promoting Bristol Learning City in press releases, articles, etc.

DOWNLOAD PDF

Benefits of being a Learning City

Learning can transform lives as well as provide social and economic benefits.

DOWNLOAD PDF

Key Facts and Figures about Bristol

Bristol is a prosperous city, yet this prosperity is not shared by all citizens.

DOWNLOAD PDF

Learning Story Top Tips

For ideas of how to create your own learning story please download our Learning Story Top Tips.

DOWNLOAD PDF

Summary UNESCO Regional Workshop on Education for Sustainable Development

Summary of the UNESCO Europe and North America Regional Workshop on the Global Action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development and Cities in Hamburg (December 2016)

DOWNLOAD PDF

2016 Challenge Group Reports

The Partnership Board originally set up four Challenge Groups to look at and improve specific areas of learning in the city and to consider ways of including all ages and backgrounds in learning. The areas of challenge were: Learning for and in Work, Learning in Education, Learning for Everyone and Learning for Life.

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 the Community.

The January – May 2016 reports provide a comprehensive overview of each of the original Challenge Groups activities. From November 2016, the refreshed Challenge Groups will report to the Partnership Board on their current priorities derived from the Strategic Ambition.

Learning for and in Work

Supporting Bristol citizens into work and encouraging employers to create sustainable learning organisations.

DOWNLOAD – May 2016 Report
DOWNLOAD – February 2016 Report
DOWNLOAD – January 2016 Report

Learning in Education

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

DOWNLOAD – May 2016 Report
DOWNLOAD – February 2016 Report
DOWNLOAD – January 2016 Report

Learning for Everyone

Increasing the wellbeing of all citizens and communities in a city of contrasts.

DOWNLOAD – May 2016 Report
DOWNLOAD – March 2016 Report
DOWNLOAD – January 2016 Report

Learning for Life

Reducing the social isolation of Bristol citizens.
.

DOWNLOAD – May 2016 Report
DOWNLOAD – March 2016 Report
DOWNLOAD – January 2016 Report