Partnerships

As part of our response to the Education Health and Care (EHC) plans and the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our pupils, the following partnerships are providing ongoing collaboration, best practice sharing and project-based learning opportunities.

Envision CIC

FGederation

G10 Learning Network

Liverpool Hope University – Collaboration in action research, Schools Direct

Merseyside Fire and Rescue – Collaboration in project-based learning. These short articles attached provide an engagement rationale:- In Attendance – Winter 2013

Merseyside Police – Collaboration in project-based learning. These short articles attached provide an engagement rationale:-

The Billboard Issue 33 – February 2014  On the Bell – Spring 2014

Merseyside Scouts

Project Dirt – Connecting Communities for Good Project Dirt

Rotary

Schools Direct and the Special Schools Network /learning schools – Schools Direct

The Catholic Association for Racial Justice (CARJ) - an independent charity and agency established in 1984. CARJ works to support people from diverse backgrounds aiming to empower and give effective voice in the Church and in the wider society.  CARJ runs a Schools Project and Young People’s Forum for World Citizenship. CARJ

The National Association of Independent Schools and Non-Maintained special schools (NASS) – a membership organisation working with and for special schools in the independent, voluntary and private sectors within the UK. NASS is proud of its role in improving opportunities and standards for special schools outside of Local Authority control. NASS

The Catholic Independent Special Schools (CISC) -  promotes the work of Catholic independent schools throughout the UK. They aim to give support and advice to member schools provide a help linethose seeking to find a Catholic independent school for their children. CISC

The West Derby Learning Network