- Working with partners
- Working with families
- Quality improvement
Fife Council’s 23 wards are grouped into seven area committees:
Area Committees are responsible for addressing the needs of their communities. They:
Each Area Committee has its own Local Community Plan.
Local Community Planning is about making a positive difference to the communities we live in. By bringing together local communities with public, voluntary, and private sector organisations we can identify and influence the issues that are important to us all.
By working with local people and service providers we can take local action that leads to lasting positive change. Together, we can improve our communities and quality of life.
In March 2018 the Education & Children’s Services Committee members endorsed the vision for Education and Children’s Services to become ‘A Better Connected Directorate for 2020’ (ABCD). The systems re-design involved a move to strengthen local networks to ensure decisions that shape the wellbeing and education of children and young people are made by those working with them at local level.
The system re-design also aimed to support the move towards a more self-improving system through fully utilising the wealth of skills and expertise that exist within the Directorate and the Children’s Services Partnership (including NHS Fife, Police Scotland, 3rdSector, Communities, Housing) supporting strong partnership working and outcomes focussed collaboration.