The Restore category represents low-level change such as earthquake repairs and major works that can be progressed quickly for a cluster of schools or individual schools.
There will be conversations with boards of trustees to establish how this work can not only restore community services but also deliver improved outcomes for their education communities.
In line with the support signalled for improved collaboration, this will provide an opportunity to gain further suggestions around shared provision across schools and services within specific areas of interest and the wider community, as appropriate.
Check out the engagement schedule for further details.
Secondary, state integrated and independent schools located within these learning community clusters will be involved in discussions around the future shape of provision within their education communities.
A separate discussion will also be held with all state secondary schools around secondary provision going forward.
Inclusive education, enhanced Māori immersion and technology are reflected as layers of provision that run across all learning community clusters across the entire network.