The One City Goals Dashboard

The One City Plan has 546 initiatives. This dashboard allows you to filter theme, sub-theme, relevant Sustainable Development Goal, year or keyword. If you have any feedback or suggestions for future goals please complete our short survey so we can improve this new tool.





Goal 16
Year: 2020

In response to the new Ofsted framework Bristol education partners will ensure schools in, or at risk of moving into, special measures are supported to reverse this trend

Goal 34
Year: 2021

Bristol Learning City will launch an all-age strategy for education, learning and skills, with targets mapped against the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, supported by the creation of a Global Goals Education and Visitor Centre in Bristol

Goal 36
Year: 2021

Bristol Learning City will expand on its first Lifelong Learning Festival with the aim of improving engagement in, and access to, non-formal and informal learning. Further ‘Reading City’ Cloakroom Libraries will be delivered across the city, to improve family literacy rates

Goal 52
Year: 2022

Educators and employers develop a curriculum that aligns with major local developments and employer skills needs to provides young people with clear pathways into positive and sustainable employment outcomes

Goal 71
Year: 2023

Outcomes for Bristol’s children and young people, particularly from disadvantaged and BAME communities and those with SEN, will see significant improvements at the end of each educational phase and be on-track to ensure all children achieve effective learning outcomes by 2030

Goal 72
Year: 2023

Each child has the opportunity to receive age-appropriate information on gender identity and sexual orientation regardless of how they may identify, including examples of positive LGBTQ+ role models

Goal 78
Year: 2024

Launch a programme to increase the skills of residents in Bristol to specifically meet the growing challenge caused by the automation of jobs and the need to build and retrofit for carbon neutral housing

Theme: Economy
Goal 88
Year: 2024

The Childrens Charter will ensure all Bristol schools are supported to deliver effective Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE), linked to sexual health, menstruation, money management, basic work-readiness, online-safety, food/nutrition and sustainability