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New Bug Investigators was formed in 1999 as part of a national network of strategic, locally-based voluntary bodies tasked with widening participation in learning, increasing attainment, improving standards and meeting the skills challenge.

Bug Investigators 2015 operates as a "cradle to grave" lifelong learning partnership. This has created opportunities for synergy between the various partners across the whole age spectrum of learning.

The is also the action group for the Local Saxon Surbiton Strategic Lifelong Learning theme. However, if you do use anything here, please send in any resources you use or have made which you feel other people might benefit from.

The comprises representatives from the local authority, the local Learning and Skills Council (LSC), schools, Further Education (FE), Higher Education (HE) institutions, training providers, careers services and employers, as well as other voluntary and community organisations.

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Partners are well placed to identify local learner, community and employer needs, and respond to them through the Partners' own actions, as well as by influencing the Local Learning and Skills Council (LLSC). The Learning works with the other Local Strategic action school time gaming groups to add value to the crosscutting nature of activity. Working together and pooling resources can achieve much more than would otherwise have been possible when working in isolation.

As one of four Learning Partnerships working with the Humberside LLSC it is important that the Bug Investigators accurately reflects the needs of the local learner, current provision and gaps. It continues to develop a more co-ordinated focus with other Learning Partnerships, within the Humber Sub-Region and other neighbouring areas, collaborating on cross-border issues.