- Full Council Meeting Responses - 17 October 2018
- Children's nursery fees
- Council staff recruitment and performance appraisal
- Dog owners
- Grenfell - emotional and mental health support for people affected
- Grenfell - health needs
- Grenfell - possible soil contamination
- Housing - environmental health
- Unaccompanied asylum seeking children
- Wornington College
Response to question about Wornington College, raised at the Full Council Meeting on 17 October 2018
Comments made by Samantha Batra
Appears at Council meeting webcast on 17 October 2018 at 00:10:45
The Council wants Kensington and Chelsea College to have a vital and thriving presence in the borough. We want to see a wide range of local provision for residents which meets the needs of local people, including strengthening take-up of academic qualifications for 16-19 year olds and providing vocational education opportunities for this age group.
We’ve been really interested to see the ideas which have been coming forward from the local community and the Save Wornington College Campaign for the Centre and we share these aspirations.
The Council will work with the Campaign and the College so that both the College and the Centre have a sustainable and successful future.