Local Authority Partnership Programme

 
Nursery World NORTH and Tes SEN North provide up-to-the-minute and practical CPD, enabling educators to learn from the UK's leading trainers and share best practice with their peers. This means that staff attending the show will be better equipped to provide a high-value education to children.

To reach higher numbers of educators and forge closer working relationships with Local Authorities we have developed 'The Local Authority Partnership Programme'. 

As a Local Authority Partner you will receive;
  • Logo exposure on all show marketing relating to the Local Authority Partnership
  • A logo and organisational description in the event Show Guide
  • Inclusion in an article about participating Local Authorities in the Show Guide
  • Free show promotional material to send out to your schools and early years settings
  • Participation in a Local Authority Information Point at the show where you can display organisational information 
Becoming a Local Authority Partner is free.

There are only a limited number of Partnership places available.

For details about how to become a Local Authority Partner, please contact Matthew Lynch - matthew.lynch@markallengroup.com

The Local Authority Partnership includes:

Skills 4 Bradford


Skills 4 Bradford is Bradford Council’s Traded Services Hub bringing together a comprehensive range of services for schools, early years providers and other organisations.  These teams of professionals have significant experience and expertise working in Education and Early Years.  To access our full range of services please visit www.skills4bradford.co.uk

Rotherham School Improvement Service


Rotherham School Improvement Service provides support and challenge to schools.  Our offer is shaped in consultation with Headteachers; represents value for money, is steeped in effective partnership working and is responsive to needs.

Warrington Borough Council


At Warrington Borough Council, we work collaboratively with all our schools and colleges to ensure that our outcomes for children and young people are met. 

There has been a significant programme of work to support pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), ensuring that they reach their potential in the context of their learning needs. Our school leaders pride themselves on their high ambitions for pupils and our commitment to inclusive practices. Our co-produced work delivers innovative solutions and sets out our ambition for education in Warrington.