Dr Peter Carter, chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, said: "Our members will agree that all hospitals should be aiming for excellence, but this requires investment and leadership.
What does A4X stand for?
A4X stands for Aiming for Excellence (UK)
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As we're a school aiming for excellence they don't want to sponsor us," she said.
The potential for some Aiming for Excellence initiatives to help pupils to do better is not fully realised, because not all teachers are using the better teaching methods in all lessons.
Ian Hayton, executive director at Cleveland Fire Brigade, said: "Cleveland Fire Authority is aiming for excellence in everything we do.
Aiming for Excellence delineates explicit criteria that must be met for a service option to be effective.
This plan represents a significant investment and we are aiming for excellence in our implementation," said Downey.
A report published this month by Estyn inspectors on changes in teaching under the Aiming for Excellence in Key Stage 3 programme noted that, 'Pupils make better progress in Key Stage 3 where there is planned continuity of learning between the primary and secondary phases.