Creating Smarter Schools Our easy-to-use, feature rich management system allows schools to make sense of their data and see what’s really going on. From attendance and assessments to accidents and incidents, ScholarPack helps schools record, manage and review everything that’s going on. And the result? All round smarter schools.
We use our background in policing to bring science and the law to life in the classroom. At primary level we run a day that uses forensic science as vehicle where the children are involved in activities such as DNA sampling, fingerprinting and searching. The day concludes with a mock crime scene that the children have to investigate. Along the way they learn about science, rule of law, British values and many other things besides. At secondary level we start with a crime scene and, again using forensic science, take the pupils from the crime scene and on into the courtroom. The day finishes with a mock trial where they can play the role of a juror, judge, barrister, defendant etc. As well as learning about the workings of the court and the criminal justice system, the day teaches them valuable lessons about public speaking, presentation skills and confidence building. Our days have been so popular with teachers that we have now created a tram building day for adults based on the same themes!
YMCA is the oldest and largest youth charity in the world, operating as it does across 119 countries. In England and Wales there are 133 local association YMCAs.
YMCA Lincolnshire will reach its 150th year in 2019 and has an outstanding track record in delivering a range of services in the following five key work streams;
• Accommodation • Health and Wellbeing • Family & Youth Work • Training and Education • Support and Advice
Our Vision: YMCA Lincolnshire will be a sustainable, vibrant and visionary charity serving communities and individuals throughout Lincolnshire, helping them gain the strength, resilience and skills to thrive and achieve their full potential.
soundLINCS is a not-for-profit community music organisation delivering high-quality and innovative music making opportunities. Our mission is to provide a quality service for music which enhances, enables and encourages the development of music in an enjoyable way, through activities, advocacy and access to information. Our vision is that everyone has an opportunity to be empowered through music.
The EBP is an award-winning social enterprise developing the skills of young people. From our three offices, we support young people across the country, helping them develop the skills they need to thrive. Working in partnership with schools, The EBP’s programmes help young people to fulfil their potential through mentoring, enterprise challenges, skills development initiatives or work experience. Our services provide young people with opportunities to develop the skills that employers are looking for, raising aspirations and levels of achievement.
Every-One is a Lincolnshire based social enterprise and registered charity, that aims to work inclusively with everyone, to ensure that every one carer and people that are cared for, are at the centre of their own wellbeing. We do that by developing and delivering a range of person-centred services and projects that works towards ‘making wellbeing personal’.
Here at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU), we’ve been educating students in the historic heart of the City of Lincoln for over 150 years, located on a beautifully green and pleasant campus just a few minutes’ walk from Lincoln Cathedral, Castle and the old Roman city. We’re set on a single-site campus, so just about everything you need is close by, whether it be your tutors, your friends, your lectures or the places in which you like to relax.
We’ve seen a lot of things come and go since 1862, but we’ve never stopped providing first-class education, turning out graduates of the highest calibre who go out into the world and change people’s lives for the better. In recent years we’ve undergone an explosion of growth in many areas, remaining a small and friendly university whilst expanding and developing our portfolio of courses into more exciting new areas than ever before. We still consider ourselves experts in education – we have been doing it for over 150 years after all – but our teaching courses now sit alongside an exciting range of other disciplines. We currently educate over 2,000 students in a wide range of subjects, from foundation degree level to PhD, and much more in between.
We're proud of our excellent employability rates - our graduates go on to get jobs because our courses are designed to prepare them to succeed in the workplace. That's why we're ranked as a top 3 university in the UK for student employability. And our students also have an amazing time with us - we're the 2nd highest ranked public university in England for student satisfaction, according to the 2016 National Student Survey.
Lincolnshire County Council's Safeguarding in Schools Team is available to support all education settings across Lincolnshire; Nursery, Primary, Secondary, Special Schools and Colleges, maintained, academy, independent, free or other.
We offer; - Termly Safeguarding Briefings where you can keep up to date with the latest safeguarding news and must-do's - An online self-assessment safeguarding audit tool to help you keep on track with your safeguarding requirements - A Safeguarding Training Package, updated annually, to help you keep your staff up to date