14-19 Network


The 14-19 Network is a statutory partnership between Pembrokeshire County Council, Pembrokeshire College, Training providers, the 3rd Sector and others which exists to both expand and develop the educational provision of 14-19 year olds within Pembrokeshire.

As part of its work, new courses and partnerships are examined, best practice from other areas of the UK is recorded and assessed for its usefulness to Pembrokeshire students and new ways of working are developed.

Under the new planning arrangements, the 14-19 Network has become a subgroup of Core Aim 2.

The Network is co-ordinated by Gareth MillsGareth Mills, Change Manager  who works for Pembrokeshire County Council as Change Manager for Education & Lifelong Learning. He was appointed in September 2001, after a part-time secondment. Here he has the responsibility for the strategic development, management and co-ordination of change initiatives in all Secondary schools through to adult and lifelong learning. Part of this role involves the 14-19 Co-ordination and partnership development work.

A graduate in history, he has over 25 years experience in Secondary schools across south and west Wales in 3 different schools. He has over 12 years experience at a senior management level in secondary schools, including secondments as a Headteacher in 2 schools.

Gareth is a qualified Estyn Inspector and hold the post-graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership, Management and Consultancy, awarded through the University of Manchester.

For the terms of reference for the 14-19 Network, click here

For a membership list, click here

To see a copy of the latest plan submitted to WAG by the group, click here


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