With considerable expertise and detailed knowledge, Wilkin Chapman has been instrumental in the success of nearly 40 academy conversions and currently advise 6 Multi Academy Trusts (MATs), providing a complete range of legal services for pre and post conversion.
With a number of legal experts acting as directors on the boards of local academies and as governors of schools, they understand the educational challenges you face. Whether you are a school considering converting to an academy or looking to join a MAT, they can help to ensure you make the decision that is right for you.
Digital4Education is a Digital Media Edge Ltd company, focused on helping schools and academies develop a measurable digital strategy on web, social media and mobile. A strategy to improve communication and build relationships between the school, parents, pupils and staff. A strategy to help the school tell their unique story, connecting and engaging with the local community. Above all a strategy to drive awareness of the fantastic journey that the school leads children on as they move through education.
Apricot works in partnership with other providers making an academic contribution to a coordinated blended education service.
Apricot Online is one of the UK’s leading providers of live, online education. We provide Functional Skills, GCSEs, iGCSEs, and A Levels in all exam boards. Apricot offers 10 subjects at KS3, 21 subjects at GCSE, and 11 subjects at A Level. Beyond core courses, clients often utilise Apricot to broaden and enhance their own academic offering to students.
Our web-based provision overcomes geographical and logistical boundaries and enables a learn anywhere solution, regardless of your students’ location. Apricot provides a cost-effective method of bringing education to students anywhere there is a computer with a broadband connection.
Our PowerSchool learning platform is interactive and very appy & lively – providing a totally engaging experience and opportunities for both flipped and in-flipped lessons. Our re-engagement service of education provision from KS2-KS5, introduces learners to highly participatory lessons online. These interactive lessons cultivate relationships quickly, enhance student motivation, and build confidence through a variety of rich-media techniques and Assessment for Learning.
All Apricot teachers have QTS, enhanced DBS clearance, and are checked against Prohibition of Teaching with Employer Access. Our teachers are experienced in addressing complex needs, challenging behaviours, and compensating for gaps in education due to non-attendance at mainstream schools.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation delivers a Drug and Alcohol Awareness Program in secondary schools called the Resilience Program aimed at building Resilience in young people and empowering them to make safer life choices.
Complete-Careers LLP is committed to enabling individuals to make successful transitions. The partnership works predominantly with learning providers to help design, deliver, evaluate and improve career programmes from key stage 2 through to key stage 5. Complete-Careers LLP has a suite of CPD opportunities (accredited and non-accredited) as well as Career Mark and Primary Career Mark to provide organisation accreditation of excellence in careers, enterprise and employability practice.
The Domestic Abuse School Advisor for Lincolnshire County Council can offer to support Educational Settings in Lincolnshire with the 'Domestic Abuse Resource pack for schools and education settings in Lincolnshire' and the 'Domestic Abuse Policy Template'.
This resource pack is hopefully to become your 'one-stop' place for all things concerned with domestic abuse. It has a comprehensive appendix of useful documents including the Domestic Abuse Policy Template and a Referral Pathway for disclosures of domestic abuse.
This Resource Pack is something that can be dipped into as things occur, rather than for you to become an expert in domestic abuse and my role is to support you within using this Resource Pack as well as the following: • Offer you guidance in implementing the Domestic Abuse Policy Template or other related issues around the policy • To offer Basic Awareness Domestic abuse training for staff and / or signpost to the other levels of training available for those who may need it, and help determine who they may be • Telephone and / or email support and information on the domestic abuse partnership, protocols and referral pathways • Resources available for settings to use to raise awareness with students; including workshops that can be delivered, posters, and leaflets • And the possibility of developing new local resources
The support on offer will give settings the confidence to support their students who may either be witnessing domestic abuse at home, or be in an abusive relationship themselves.
Healthwatch Lincolnshire is the independent consumer champion created to gather and represent the views of both health and social care for children and adults living in Lincolnshire. Healthwatch Lincolnshire plays a role at both local and national level and ensures the views of the public and the people who use the services are taken into account. We want to give everyone the opportunity to give their views and experiences, only then can we make a change. At a local level, Healthwatch Lincolnshire works to help Lincolnshire people get the best out of their local health and social care services, whether it’s improving them today or helping to shape them for tomorrow.
Healthwatch Lincolnshire is all about local voices being able to influence the delivery and design of local services, not just for people who use them, but for anyone who might need to in future.
Healthwatch Lincolnshire is a Company Limited by Guarantee, number 08336116 and is also a Registered Charity, number 1154835.
National Holocaust Centre and Museum
The Centre uses the history of the Holocaust to promote an understanding of the roots of discrimination and prejudice and the development of ethical values; leading to a greater understanding within society. Visitors young and old will appreciate the unique and age-appropriate exhibitions, survivor testimonies and memorial gardens.
Home-Start Lincolnshire support families across Lincolnshire by visiting them in their own home. Family support mentors offer the family 2 hours support each week providing non-judgemental practical and emotional support to reduce isolation, build the family's confidence and ability to cope with the demands of parenting.
Home-Start Lincolnshire's success relies on its great team of volunteers in whatever capacity they choose to support the organisation either in a direct support role or indirectly as community fundraising and event volunteers, ambassadors, marketing, governance or administration. All volunteers receive relevant induction training for their role with agreed out of pocket expenses paid and the opportunity to access on-going training. Home-Start Lincolnshire is committed to Equal Opportunities in all aspects of its work.
The world can be a big old scary place sometimes. World events have taken over our social media, our screens, our newspapers, and our minds, and for children and adults alike this can become a tad overwhelming.
That’s where Just Enough UK comes in!
We are not a big charity or corporation, we are made up of 30 passionate people who came together to make the world a better place for our children to grow up in. We visit schools using drama, storytelling and games to help children deal with the world that’s in front of them, from radicalisation, modern slavery and the environment.
Young Oasis offer confidential one-to-one support to children and young people in Lincolnshire who have been or are affected by a family member misusing drugs or alcohol. We provide much needed emotional support, wellbeing advice, or a non-judgmental listening ear to allow young people to fully express themselves and begin to work through the challenges of their situation
Healthy Minds Lincolnshire provide emotional wellbeing support for children and young people up to 19 years old (25 if special educational needs/ disability or leaving care) We use evidence based interventions that promote resilience, normalise emotions and teach positive coping mechanisms.
CAMHS The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service or CAMHS for short provides mental health services for children and young people with mental health needs as well as providing support for their parents and carers. Lincolnshire CAMHS provide community and inpatient services across Lincolnshire. The service also provides a 24 hour, 7 day a week Crisis & Home Treatment Service to provide crisis intervention for young people actively displaying suicidal ideation or following suicide attempts, severe symptoms of depression with suicidal ideation, life threatening harm to self, harm to others as a result of a mental health concern, acute psychotic symptoms or presentation of anorexia with severe physical symptoms.
Parents of LGBT Lincs Support Group
Group for parents / carers of any LGBTQ+ child who need support in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire Traveller Initiative
Lifelong learning provider to Traveller communities throughout Lincolnshire. We run a parent/toddler group, teach all age groups on a fully equipped mobile classroom, provide a wide range of adult training and organise events promoting preventative health care and healthy lifestyles. We provide awareness raising training.
Mana Education specialises in the placement of permanent and day to day supply Teachers, in 2016 they achieved REC Audited status, a quality mark that only a small percentage of agencies have. Building a trusted business has always been the Mana vision and this award supports their efforts
Maybo provides a range of leading training programmes for the education and children’s services sector including Positive Behaviour Support and BILD accredited programmes for physical intervention. Our flexible training options include direct delivery, award winning eLearning and t rain the trainer programmes. Maybo clients can also benefit from an online resource centre full of engaging delivery resources, guidance on policy and risk reduction and leading edge tools to support person centred planning.
Example programmes · Positive approaches to behaviour · Positive and SAFER Handling for Children and Adolescents · Positive Behaviour Support · Understanding Children’s behaviour · Understanding Adolescent behaviour
To find out more about our programmes and resources come and visit us at our stand or visit www.maybo.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spencer is a web-based tool that invites a professional with a good knowledge of a child or young person to complete an assessment of their strengths as well as their physical, environmental, neurodevelopmental, cognitive, emotional and relationship needs. Spencer can be used as a first stage intervention for teachers, teaching assistants, special needs support workers, and other professionals engaged in supporting children and young people in primary and secondary school. Once complete Spencer analyses the responses and graphics provide an easy to understand report of needs. This is achieved using a bespoke information technology programme. The system is designed around an integrated model of child and adolescent development and does not rely on the need for ‘diagnosis’. Spencer provides interventions that are designed to help and support the child or young person in very pragmatic and accessible recommendations. Spencer can be used to guide Individual Education Plans and to gather evidence to support referral of a child or young person to more specialist help, and involves a monitoring and progress capability.
Rape and sexual abuse can happen to anyone from any background - women, men and children of all ages and can leave a legacy of devastating and long lasting harm.
All aspects of someone’s life can be affected — health, emotions, relationships, school, work and home life. We know that reaching out for help and support can be really difficult, but that first call is the first step to you taking back control of your own life.
Thanks to core funding from the Ministry of Justice, The Survivors Trust, a national umbrella agency for specialist rape and sexual abuse support services, has been able to establish a new centre in Grantham, Lincolnshire called Trusthouse Lincolnshire.. Anyone can refer to our service. You can self-refer or a member of your support team can refer on your behalf.
You can refer over the telephone, by email or via our website We provide counselling and ISVA service and a helpline for all.
As well as supporting survivors and their families, we are also passionate about education.
Our staff team is available to deliver talks, presentations and training to a variety of groups and agencies about the work we do and enlightening people on different aspects of rape and sexual violence.
We work with schools, councils, health authorities and many other agencies. We are happy to discuss your needs and put together a bespoke package.
Zakon Training was founded by people from a policing background and consists of directors and associates with a wide range of skills and experience in safeguarding, interviewing, policy writing, decision recording, and many other areas besides.
We deliver a practically based day in primary schools where show the children how to take a DNA sample, fingerprint samples and search techniques; and conclude the day with the investigation of a mock crime scene, thereby bringing science to life in the classroom.
In secondary schools we take the children from the crime scene to the courtroom, where they have the opportunity to act as the judge, jury member, witness or one of several other roles in a mock trial. This helps build confidence and presentation and public speaking skills.