Paula Sumner and Tony DeCrop. Image: Tameside Council.
Tameside Council Children’s Services has recruited two new assistant managers to help run the service.
Paula Sumner and Tony DeCrop have joined Children’s Services in their new roles to support continuous improvement efforts.
Tony, after taking on an interim role on Council for six months, has now been appointed on a permanent basis while Paula joins as an experienced deputy director of Leicestershire County Council.
Ali Stathers-Tracey, director of children’s services at Tameside Council, said: “We had a very high quality field for both roles and I’m delighted that Tony and Paula have a solid reputation for creating sustainable services. high quality. It is an exciting time for Tameside Children’s Services to cement a renewed reputation for innovation, creativity and consistent quality to deliver the very best outcomes for our children.”
Councilor Bill Fairfoull, Executive Member for Children and Families of Tameside Council, said: “I am delighted to welcome Paula and Tony to the service to champion improved outcomes for children in the borough.”
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