HC Deb 11 July 1980 vol 988 cc322-3W
Mrs. Renée Short

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will list the present members, and the interests they represent, on the Advisory Committee for the Supply and Education of Teachers; and if he will make a statement on the work of the committee and its future.

Mr. Mark Carlisle

The majority of members are appointed by me on the nomination of particular organisations. In addition, some members are appointed directly by me and my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Wales. I attach great importance to the work of the advisory committee. Its first meeting is to take place at the earliest possible date after the summer holiday, and its precise programme of work will stem from that.

The full list of members is:


  • Dr. C. C. Butler, Vice-Chancellor, Loughborough university of technology.

Association of County Councils

  • Mr. R. D. Clark
  • Dame Elizabeth Coker
  • Mr. I. G. Cunningham
  • Mr. C. C. Jasper
  • Dr. B. E. Marsh

Association of Metropolitan Authorities

  • Mr. D. A. Fiske
  • Councillor J. Hale
  • Mr. P. A. Newsam
  • Councillor H. N. Scrimshaw

Welsh Joint Education Committee

  • Mr. J. L. Brace

National Union of Teachers

  • Membership not yet decided

National Association of Teachers in Further and Higher Education

  • Mr. F. C. A. Cammaerts
  • Mrs. J. Rees
  • Mr. J. Richardson

National Association of Schoolmasters—Union of Women Teachers

  • Mr. T. A. Casey

Assistant Masters and Mistresses Association

  • Mr. E. G. Beynon

Secondary Heads Association

  • Dr. P. L. P. Clarke

National Association of Head Teachers

  • Mr. A. D. Bott

Association of University Teachers

  • Professor W. V. Wallace

Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals

  • Dr. H. Kay
  • Miss J. E. Skinner

Committee of Directors of Polytechnics

  • Mr. R. Hedley

Catholic Education Council

  • Mr. J. N. Winstanley

Church of England Board of Education

  • Mr. C. Alves

Schools Council Chairman

  • Mr. J. Tomlinson

Directly appointed by the Secretary of State for Education and Science

  • Mr. R. S. Johnson, Director of Education, Leeds.
  • Dr. E. Kerr, the Chief Officer, CNAA.
  • Mr. C. King, headmaster, Darwen Moorland County High, Bolton.
  • Mrs. L. Pound, headmistress, Chelwood Nursery School, London.
  • Dr. W. Taylor, director, University of London Institute of Education.
  • Miss B. P. R. Ward, director, Crewe and Alsager College of Higher Education.

Directly appointed by the Secretary of State for Wales

  • Mr. K. P. Davies, Chief Adviser, Education Department, Cardiff.
  • Mr. K. Evans, Deputy Director of Education, Clwyd.