The mission of Countryside Learning is to help educate about the countryside, farming, where our food comes from and how we can all help look after it.
Spelling shed introduce great games and fun ways to help with learning to spell and understand how our language works.
Want to know how your child or young person can move on after education….Future First connect you to peers and solutions for careers, apprenticeships and beyond.
The Skills Builder Partnership helps children and young people learn and understand essential skills like Problem Solving, understand others by improving Listening skills, effective Teamwork and much more. With a Universal Framework for skill development and practical and easy-to-use resources, it’s a perfect addition to any educational planning.
Peak Special School in Chinley, Derbyshire provides specialist teaching for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
Their goal is to make sure that every child fulfils their own unique potential in a happy and safe environment.
The transition from education to work is not always an easy or straightforward one. Youth employment UK helps by provide additional resources to improve knowledge and skills as well as help to find the right career path.
Vranch House is an independent special school and therapy centre that supports children and young people with moderate to severe disabilities. It’s aim is to provide the best individual care, education and treatments to it’s pupils and outpatients.
Treloar provide a full educational curriculum as well as therapy, medical support, care and independence training for children and young people in the UK from ages 2- 25 years.
Established in 1963 as a not-for-profit educational charity and with a strong, proud heritage in enabling students to ‘learn at a distance’, the National Extension College (NEC) is recognised as a specialist in online learning. NEC has forged a reputation for quality and innovation.
NEC aims to transform lives and open up new possibilities for people of all ages by offering access to essential school qualifications like GCSEs and A levels, as well as vocational qualifications in management, business, childcare and teaching. These courses can be studied flexibly, any time and anywhere, and offer each student an exceptional level of support to achieve their future ambitions.
Not Fine In School understand that attending school for some children is incredibly difficult for many reasons.
The aim is to support those families and connect them to support and services that will benefit the whole family.
There is a parental community that also offers advice and support as well as connecting you to others who are in similar positions to share knowledge and understanding.