We're currently drafting our 2018 Local Election Manifesto for Winchester and Chandler's Ford. Come along to our CLP meetings to be involved in the process.
In the mean time, click here to see our acclaimed 2017 National Manifesto for ideas!
We're currently drafting our 2018 Local Election Manifesto for Winchester and Chandler's Ford. Come along to our CLP meetings to be involved in the process. In the mean time, click...
Winchester and Chandler's Ford Labour Party are in all year campaigning mode, and so in preparation for the upcoming May local elections we are already hitting the streets to canvass and leaflet potential voters.
It would be great to see as many volunteers out on the streets with us as possible! With the Tories in disarray over Brexit and our NHS, schools and public services in crisis, now is the time for the Labour Party to be gaining seats in places like Winchester and Chandler's Ford!!
Please find the schedule for our campaign dates and times for this February below to see what dates YOU can join us:
Sat 10th, 2pm - 4pm – St Bart’s, we will meet at The King Alfred, Winchester
Sat 17th, 2pm - 4pm – Chandler’s Ford, we will meet at 32 Craven Road Chandler’s Road, SO532HH, and then finish at The Half Way in for a drink.
Sun 18th, 2pm - 4pm – Chandlers Ford, we will meet at 32 Craven Road Chandler’s Road, SO532HH, and then finish at The Half Way in for a drink.
Sat 24th, 2pm - 4pm – STREET STALL at Hampshire Pride in Winchester.
Sun 25th, 2pm - 4pm – St Michael’s, we will meet at the entrance to Bar End Sports Ground, and then finish at The Bishop On The Bridge for a drink after.
We will be putting event pages up on our website and on Facebook in advance of all these dates, and be sending out reminders on social media on the day!
Looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible, and if you have any queries do not hesitate to get in touch at email@example.com
Winchester and Chandler's Ford Labour Party are in all year campaigning mode, and so in preparation for the upcoming May local elections we are already hitting the streets to canvass...
From January 2018, we are going to start publishing our Chair Peter Rees' open letters, originally published in The Hampshire Chronicle, as a regular feature. Keep an eye out on our newly created Members' Blog for Peter's letters, and much, much more.
If you would like to contribute click here to see how you can get involved, and here to see how you can become a member yourself.
UNIVERSITY OF WINCHESTER – OfSTED OUTSTANDING
There is hugely justifiable reason for celebration at the University Department for Teacher Education. OfSTED and HMI carried out a very thorough two stage inspection in May and December 2017. They have graded the department as Outstanding in all four inspection areas, overall effectiveness, outcomes for students, quality of training and quality of leadership and management across the partnership. This covers 345 primary schools in very large part of the South East, Hampshire, Portsmouth, Southampton, Isle of Wight and several other counties.
The judgments were arrived at after considerable in-depth inspection and investigation. Students were found to become good and outstanding teachers because of the overall effectiveness of the DTE in ensuring they achieved high quality outcomes. From the partnership, they went on to become highly professional, confident enthusiastic, good and outstanding teachers. University, staff, school tutors and students, across such a diverse and geographically wide area are judged to be excellent. Schools provide excellent support. Working closely with the University DTE they must be congratulated for such high quality professional commitment to their students. They are substantially helping to shape these future teachers, judged by OfSTED as having exceptionally high levels of personal and professional conduct. Students were found to have excellent curriculum subject knowledge, constantly evaluating the impact of their teaching to become skilled reflective practitioners. University and school leaders strive and achieve excellence in continuous improvement. Well done everyone!
This report is a huge, evidence based tribute to the staff of the DTE, lecturers, part time Link Tutors, administration staff, the leadership team and school staff. They have ensured that students achieve high quality standards, becoming practitioners of classroom excellence. However, it is a sad fact that 60% of these students will leave the teaching profession within five years and that all University funding across the UK has dropped by approximately one third in recent years. It is time for these issues to be comprehensively addressed in order that our excellent future teachers are not lost to the profession.
Yours sincerely Peter Rees Chair Winchester Constituency Labour Party
From January 2018, we are going to start publishing our Chair Peter Rees' open letters, originally published in The Hampshire Chronicle, as a regular feature. Keep an eye out on...