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Primary education services

Suffolk County Council | Published May 20, 2016
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80100000, 80340000, 80000000

Primary education services

Primary education services

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published May 12, 2016
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Primary education services

Primary education services

The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 16, 2016
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Primary education services

Primary education services

YPO | Published October 29, 2014  -  Deadline December 1, 2014
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80100000, 39562000, 19200000, 39520000, 39500000, 39560000, 39525000, 19212000

Primary education services

Primary education services

North Lincolnshire Council | Published February 15, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
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80100000

North Lincolnshire council is inviting tenders for the provision of Bikeability and Bikeability Plus to a specified number of young people and adults as described in the accompanying documents. The successful tenderer will be responsible for delivering this service within North Lincolnshire, liaising closely with North Lincolnshire councils Road Safety Team.

Through this tender process the council is looking to supplement its' own cycling training scheme with the use of external contractors in order to enable a greater number of people to take part in cycling training.

Further information is available to download from the Tender documents available to download at http://www.yortender.co.uk The deadline for the submission of tenders is 12:00 noon 17.3.2017.

Primary education services

Luton Borough Council | Published March 3, 2017
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80100000

Luton Borough Council (LBC) is committed to ensuring that all young people receive an education which provides them with a plausible route to adulthood. LBC recognises that for some young people this requires education to be provided outside of the mainstream system. To meet the needs of these young people LBC uses a range of alternative provisions to provide individualised and bespoke provision maps.

Framework tender for providers of alternative education.

LBC follows the statutory guidance for alternative provision.

LBC will offer places in alternative provisions who meet the threshold of standards.

It is not an expectation that a provider of alternative provision is a registered school but all providers must adhere to the statutory guidance.

Primary education services

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline March 24, 2017
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80100000, 80000000

Cheshire East Council are looking for a Provider or Providers to provide full day care nurseries in Children's Centres on primary school sites for children aged 0-5 years.

We are also looking for mobile providers of Crèche Services that will offer a reliable and consistent service within each Children's Centre or Family centre, preferably using the same workers for each sequence of crèches, so that the children can build relationships with their carers and parents can feel at ease, knowing their children are on site.

The Tender will be divided into Seven (7) Lots and suppliers are able to bid for any or all Lots.

Operate Children's Centre Nursery in Crewe, delivering full daycare services.

The daycare must be available from 8:00 to 18:00 hours (minimum), Monday to Friday (minimum) of 51 weeks (minimum) of the year.

The minimum number of places to be made available will be determined by the size of the registrable space. Average occupancy rates of at least 75 % should be maintained over the academic year.

Operate Children's Centre Nurseries in Crewe across the sites outlined in Lots 1, 2 and 3, delivering full day care services.

The daycare must be available from 8:00 to 18:00 hours (minimum), Monday to Friday (minimum) of 51 weeks (minimum) of the year.

The minimum number of places to be made available will be determined by the size of the registrable space. Average occupancy rates of at least 75 % should be maintained at each nursery over the academic year.

We are looking for mobile providers that will offer a reliable and consistent service within each Children's Centre or Family centre, preferably using the same workers for each sequence of crèches, so that the children can build relationships with their carers and parents can feel at ease, knowing their children are on site.

For this Lot we require crèche workers across the south locality and we will consider those providers who wish to work with individual children's centres local to themselves or a group of centres. Crèches can be required to operate between 2 to 4 hours either as a single event or part of a series, for example to facilitate childcare for parents attending a 12 week course, 1 session a week.

We are looking for mobile providers that will offer a reliable and consistent service within each Children's Centre or Family centre, preferably using the same workers for each sequence of crèches, so that the children can build relationships with their carers and parents can feel at ease, knowing their children are on site.

For this Lot we require crèche workers across the north locality and we will consider those providers who wish to work with individual children's centres local to themselves or a group of centres. Crèches can be required to operate between 2 to 4 hours either as a single event or part of a series, for example to facilitate childcare for parents attending a 12 week course, 1 session a week.

Operate Crèche Services across the areas outlined in Lots 5 and 6.

Primary education services

Luton Borough Council | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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80100000

Luton Borough Council is committed to ensuring that all young people receive an education which provides them with a plausible route to adulthood. LBC recognises that for some young people this requires education to be provided outside of the mainstream system. To meet the needs of these young people LC uses a range of alternative provisions to provide individualised and bespoke provision maps.

Luton Borough Council follows the statutory guidance for alternative provision which it defines as:

Education arranged by local authorities for pupils who, because of exclusion, illness or other reasons, would not otherwise receive suitable education; education arranged by schools for pupils on a fixed period exclusion; and pupils being directed by schools to off-site provision to improve their behaviour.’’ (Alternative Provision Statutory Guidance for local authorities January 2013, DfE).

The service offers places in alternative provisions who meet the threshold of standards outlined in a Luton Borough Council specification. It is not an expectation that a provider of alternative provision is a registered school but all providers must adhere to the statutory guidance.

Primary education services

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published January 19, 2017
Winner
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
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80100000, 85312300

Cheshire East Borough Council has committed on a non-contractually binding basis to procure Phase two of the Emotionally Healthy Schools Programme; Lot 1 — Tools for Schools and Lot 2 — Mental Health Link Programme. The emotional health and well-being of young people is central to delivering Cheshire EastCouncils Outcome 5 identified in the three year plan — people live well for longer — care services focus on prevention early intervention, physical and mental wellbeing. The Children and Young People's Plan alsoidentifies young people's emotional health and wellbeing as a priority and the intention to make Cheshire East a good place to be young. Phase 2 of Emotionally Healthy Schools is also aligned to the Health Promotions and Illness Prevention outcomes for children and young people in the Public Health Outcomes Framework.

Lot 1 — Tools for Schools has been awarded to Visyon Limited and Lot 2 — Mental Health Links has been awarded to Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

Phase 2 of Emotionally Healthy Schools Programme shall start in January 2017 and has a number of components:

1) Access to specialist mental health advice (single point of access) and a brokerage model to support professionals working with Children and Young people (CYPMH Link Programme).

2) Access to tools piloted through phase 1 and support to professionals to implement.

3) Education specialist Leadership.

4) Systems and processes to identify and support children and young people in the different Thrive groups.

5) Development of ‘Getting Advice’ quadrant including on-line platform.

The Provider shall deliver component 2: Access to Tools.

The provider will be required to deliver component 1- CYPMH Link Programme within the Emotionally Healthy Schools Programme. The provider will be required to have an excellent understanding of all services delivered by mental health providers across Cheshire East, in order to develop the required links and pathways between schools and mental health services and general practice. The provider will be responsible for the marketing and communications activity associated with the operation of the programme. 9.1.2017 — 8.1.2018 with option to extend to 8.1.2019.

Primary education services

Welsh Government | Published January 7, 2017
Winner
Alphaplus Consultancy Ltd
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80100000, 80200000, 72212190, 48190000, 80000000

The provision of a full set of paper English and Welsh Reading and Numeracy (procedural and reasoning) tests for use in April/May 2018; Reading and Numeracy (reasoning) tests for use in April/May 2019; and numeracy (reasoning) tests only for use in April/May 2020.

Online Adaptive Reading and Numeracy tests will replace the current Wales National Tests and will be phased in from the 2018/19 academic year, starting with numeracy (procedural), and continuing with English and Welsh reading in 2019/20, and numeracy (reasoning) in 2020/21.

To cover the interim period, we wish to procure a full set of paper English and Welsh Reading and Numeracy (procedural and reasoning) tests for use in April/May 2018; Reading and Numeracy (reasoning) tests for use in April/May 2019; and numeracy (reasoning) tests only for use in April/May 2020.

The current National Tests are paper-based tests sat by all learners in years 2-9 in maintained schools in Wales. They are based on the expectation statements set out in the National Literacy and Numeracy Framework (LNF). The new tests need to be compatible with previous years' tests in terms of design and content, to ensure consistency for learners and continuity of data runs and reporting for schools and parents before the move to online tests takes place.

The contractor will be responsible for the development and trialling of the tests; organisation of design, printing and delivery arrangements; establishing a bilingual test ordering system for schools, including a help-desk; direct liaison with a modified test agency; and analysis of raw scores from the tests and production of look-up tables based on the analysis.

This notice will be published bilingually and potential suppliers will have the opportunity to submit their tender response in either Welsh or in English. National bilingual notice reference:

The Welsh Government is keen to put in place tests which provide part of the rich evidence needed to inform learners' next steps. We believe this is best achieved through online adaptive tests because of the greater accessibility and personalisation they offer and because of the immediate and enhanced feedback they provide.

Based on recommended development time, we aim to introduce national online adaptive tests from the 2018/19 school year as part of a phased implementation programme. The first test to be introduced will be the Numeracy (Procedural) test; the second in 2019/20 will be English and Welsh Reading tests; and the third in 2020/21 will be the Numeracy (Reasoning) test.

The tests will be based on the expectation statements set out in the National Literacy and Numeracy Framework (LNF). They will be integrated with the Welsh Government HWB/HWB+ (http://hwb.wales.gov.uk/) and delivered via this interface. They must also be compatible with in-schools recording/Management Information Systems (MIS).

Because of the nature of the data the contractor will hold, they will implement stringent security arrangements, be at least AA compliant and meet government standards for accessibility and usability.

This notice will be published bilingually and potential suppliers will have the opportunity to submit their tender response in either Welsh or in English. National bilingual notice reference:

Primary education services

Welsh Government | Published September 23, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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80100000, 80200000, 72212190, 48190000, 80000000

The Welsh Government is keen to put in place tests which provide part of the rich evidence needed to inform learners' next steps. We believe this is best achieved through online adaptive tests because of the greater accessibility and personalisation they offer and because of the immediate and enhanced feedback they provide.

Primary education services

Caerphilly County Borough Council | Published September 22, 2016
Winner
The Consortium
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80100000

Provision of Educational and Curriculum Aids for Schools and Educational Establishments.

Primary education services

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
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80100000, 85323000

Cheshire East Borough Council has committed on a non-contractually binding basis to procure Phase two of the Emotionally Healthy Schools Programme; Lot 1 — Tools for Schools and Lot 2 — Mental Health Link Programme. The emotional health and well-being of young people is central to delivering Cheshire East Councils Outcome 5 identified in the three year plan — people live well for longer — care services focus on prevention early intervention, physical and mental wellbeing. The Children and Young People's Plan also identifies young people's emotional health and wellbeing as a priority and the intention to make Cheshire East a good place to be young. Phase 2 of Emotionally Healthy Schools is also aligned to the Health Promotions and Illness Prevention outcomes for children and young people in the Public Health Outcomes Framework. This Programme aims to acknowledge the vital role played by schools in promoting the emotional wellbeing of their pupils, and seeks to strengthen this relationship.

Phase 2 of Emotionally Healthy Schools Programme shall start in January 2017 and has a number of components:

1) Access to specialist mental health advice (single point of access) and a brokerage model to support professionals working with Children and Young people (CYPMH Link Programme)

2) Access to tools piloted through phase 1 and support to professionals to implement

3) Education specialist Leadership

4) Systems and processes to identify and support children and young people in the different Thrive groups

5) Development of ‘Getting Advice’ quadrant including on-line platform

The Provider shall deliver component 2: Access to Tools.

The provider will be required to deliver component 1- CYPMH Link Programme within the Emotionally Healthy Schools Programme. The provider will be required to have an excellent understanding of all services delivered by mental health providers across Cheshire East, in order to develop the required links and pathways between schools and mental health services and general practice. The provider will be responsible for the marketing and communications activity associated with the operation of the programme.

Primary education services

Department for Education: Healthy Pupils Unit | Published October 17, 2017  -  Deadline November 15, 2017
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80100000, 80200000

The Breakfast Club Services programme will contribute to improvements in the health and education of children by encouraging innovation and supporting at least 1 500 state-funded primary, secondary and special schools and Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) to develop and deliver their own self-sustaining and accessible breakfast clubs.

It will target the most disadvantaged schools and families in Opportunity Areas to ensure those most in need receive support to establish a breakfast club. The programme will then look to provide support to establish a breakfast club for pupils in disadvantaged schools in other areas. There will also be investment in developing sustainable breakfast club provision for schools in the longer-term, including through facilitating greater collaboration across schools and supporting organisations across the sector.

The Breakfast Club Services programme will contribute to improvements in the health and education of children by encouraging innovation and supporting at least 1 500 state-funded primary, secondary and special schools and Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) to develop and deliver their own self-sustaining and accessible breakfast clubs.

It will target the most disadvantaged schools and families in Opportunity Areas to ensure those most in need receive support to establish a breakfast club. The programme will then look to provide support to establish a breakfast club for pupils in disadvantaged schools in other areas. There will also be investment in developing sustainable breakfast club provision for schools in the longer-term, including through facilitating greater collaboration across schools and supporting organisations across the sector.

The programme will also include Innovation Projects to test solutions to delivery and access barriers to breakfast clubs, and approaches to enhancing the education, health and wider socio-economic benefits.

The intent is for the breakfast club services programme to begin being implemented in schools from the beginning of April 2018, with scoping and recruiting taking place early 2018.

Work on Innovation Projects should be completed by the end of March 2020. The Department will consider plans for phased delivery, as long as all work is completed to time-lines and the requirements of the specification can be met.

The Department's preference is to award a single contract for the delivery of this service however, if it is unable to do so, for example, due to the lack of coverage, it reserves the right to award more than one contract.

Primary education services

Derby City Council | Published October 27, 2017  -  Deadline November 30, 2017
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80100000

Tenders are invited for inclusion on the framework for the provision of a range of Early Years Services. This framework is intended to make procuring Early Years Services quick, simple and cost effective for Derby City Council.

There are four Lots as follows:

— Lot 1 — Link officer for allocated early years and childcare provider.

— Lot 2 — Safeguarding and child protection priority support.

— Lot 3 — Quality improvement programmes.

— Lot 4 — Speech, language, and communication (slc) development.

It is estimated that between 20 to 75 early years and childcare providers across the city will need to access Link Officer support throughout a calendar year but the exact number (minimum or maximum) cannot be guaranteed.

It is essential that suppliers are able to provide a service that is flexible and responsive to meet the needs of the providers requiring support.

In general the tasks to be undertaken are:

— Assess and reduce the risk of providers falling below a ‘good’ inspection judgement.

— Strengthen leadership and practitioner knowledge, understanding and skills for helping to keep children and young people safe by providing a safe environment for children and young people to learn in.

— Review and strengthen through support and challenge the key management tasks, including the setting's approach to monitoring the quality of provision, the safeguarding and welfare arrangements and the settings evaluative process self-evaluation, improvement planning processes and continued professional development.

— Enable leadership teams to identify individual and groups of children who maybe more vulnerable to not reaching their typical expected levels of development by the end of the EYFS.

— Support leadership teams in identifying children and young people who are suffering or likely to suffer significant harm and take appropriate action with the aim of making sure they are kept safe

— Strengthen leadership for learning and development. Focus on the key role of leaders at all levels in building capacity and ensuring quality teaching, learning and development. Developing practitioner learning. Focusing on the needs and highlighting developing strengths of practitioners who support and extend children's learning and development. This would include, coaching, mentoring, training, modelling and demonstrating that enables leaders to undertake these roles.

— Enable partnerships for learning and development between leaders and parents/carers, children, other settings and partner professionals to support children's development and progress.

— Work with leaders to ensure that all children reach the best possible outcomes. Focusing on using observations to assess and understand children's learning and development, both in the home and the setting, and translating observations of children at play into an assessment of each child's progress to help support them further.

— Work with leaders to secure high quality environments for learning and development. Focusing on the enabling environment, including the physical and emotional environment, which promotes children's well– being, nurtures children, fosters positive relationships between children, parents and adults.

— Audit and assess that provision is meeting the statutory requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (2017) and/or reduce the risk of the provider falling below a ‘good’ inspection judgement due to safeguarding and child protection concerns.

— Ensure the leadership team and all practitioners are aware of their roles and responsibilities to prioritise safeguarding and child protection and ensure any child or children who are suffering or likely to suffer significant harm are identified and take appropriate action with the aim of making sure they are kept safe.

— Review and strengthen through support and challenge the leadership teams approach to monitoring the quality of provision for safeguarding and welfare arrangements and how this links to continued professional development.

— Review, through support and challenge, the settings process and procedures for safeguarding and child protection, identifying any gaps in safeguarding practice and ensuring a provider is compliant with relevant statutory legislation and local safeguarding children board policies and procedures.

There are a range of individual quality improvement programmes to be conducted on a regular basis. These will include, but are not limited to, Literacy programmes, Maths development programmes, working with vulnerable groups, teaching and learning strategies, Health and Well-being, and Technology.

The Early Years Quality Improvement team is seeking to commission a comprehensive strategic support programme for leaders and managers and early years practitioners to develop their skills and understanding of what high quality speech, language and communication (slc) provision looks like, based on latest research evidence. This slc programme is intended to support leaders and managers to fulfil their statutory roles and responsibilities effectively. The slc programme will be accessible to a range of early years and childcare provision from the maintained, private, voluntary and independent sector.

Primary education services

Liverpool City Council | Published May 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 30, 2017
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80100000, 80530000, 80000000

The City Council will be required to contribute to a new apprenticeship levy and pay for training and assessment providers directly for apprenticeship training and assessment provision. Apprenticeship levy funds will be managed directly by the City Council who will have overall responsibility for a new online Apprenticeship Service.

This tender exercise is intended to support Liverpool City Council in delivering the new Apprenticeship Strategy which will be provided to the appointed Suppliers.

Liverpool City Council is looking for Lead and Reserve Training Providers to work in close collaboration with the Apprenticeship Programme Manager to ensure a continued and sustained positive learner experience.

There is provision for Halton Borough Council, to choose to access and call off the Framework established as a result of this tender process.

The term of the framework will be two (2) years with the option to extend for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods.

Business & Administration.

Project Management.

Leadership.

Human Resources.

Marketing and Events.

Accounting.

Finance.

Facilities Management.

Cleaning and Environmental Support Services.

Sustainable Resource Management.

Energy Management.

Digital Industries.

Sports, Leisure & Recreation.

Direct Learning Support Schools.

Direct Learning Support.

Child Development and Wellbeing.

Health and Social Care.

Hospitality and Catering.

Law and Legal Services.

Housing.

Buildings and Construction.

Surveying 1.

Surveying 2.

Public Services.

Libraries.

Primary education services

North Lincolnshire Council | Published May 4, 2017
Winner
First Step Sports t/a First Step Cycle
cpvs
80100000

For the provision of Bikeability and Bikeability Plus to a specified number of young people and adults. The successful tenderer will be responsible for delivering this service within North Lincolnshire, liaising closely with North Lincolnshire councils Road Safety Team.

For the provision of Bikeability and Bikeability Plus to a specified number of young people and adults. The successful tenderer will be responsible for delivering this service within North Lincolnshire, liaising closely with North Lincolnshire councils Road Safety Team.

Through this tender process the council is looking to supplement its' own cycling training scheme with the use of external contractors in order to enable a greater number of people to take part in cycling training.

Primary education services

Cheshire East Borough Council | Published September 29, 2017  -  Deadline October 30, 2017
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80100000

Cheshire East Council are looking for a Provider or Providers to provide full day care nurseries in Children's Centres on primary school sites for children aged 0 — 5 years.

The Tender will be divided into Three (3) Lots and suppliers are able to bid for any or all Lots.

Operate Children's Centre Nursery in Crewe, delivering full daycare services.

The daycare must be available from 8:00 to 18:00 hours (minimum), Monday to Friday (minimum) of 51 weeks (minimum) of the year.

The minimum number of places to be made available will be determined by the size of the registrable space.

Average occupancy rates of at least 75 % should be maintained over the academic year.

Primary education services

Department for Education | Published November 18, 2017
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80100000, 80000000

The Department for Education intends to run a competitive procurement process for the development and delivery of an assessment for Reception aged children to baseline their prior attainment at their point of entry to the English schools system (a Reception Baseline Assessment).

The Government response to the 2017 Primary Assessment Consultation proposed the introduction of a new assessment in reception to be used to establish pupils' prior attainment as the starting point for calculating school level progress measures when pupils reach the end of key stage 2 (KS2). The target date to introduce this new baseline as a statutory assessment for all English state-funded primary schools is September 2020. The assessment will measure reception age children within the first half term of entering a school in England and provide the starting point for the progress measure that will be used for school accountability.

This procurement seeks to award a contract to an organisation or consortia of organisations to develop and deliver the reception baseline assessment. The duration of the contract will cover: any necessary trialling of the material in the 2018/19 academic year; a national pilot in the 2019/20 academic year for the September intake, as well as for schools that have intakes in January and April; and then 2 years of statutory delivery of the assessment to all reception pupils in England in the academic years 2020/21 and 2021/22. The Department may extend the contract for one further academic year until 31.8.2023.

Suppliers may plan to adapt an existing assessment or develop an entirely new one as long as they can meet the delivery timeline requirements.

The assessment should include an age-appropriate assessment of communication, language and literacy as well as mathematics and should be clearly linked to the learning and development requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage. We will also ask potential suppliers to explore ways in which it would be possible to assess some form of ‘self regulation’ in their bids, for example persistence with a task or following multi-step instructions.

The pupil's regular teacher or teaching assistant will carry out and mediate the assessment. We do not intend this to be an observational assessment which is carried out over time, like the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP). The reception baseline assessment is not intended to provide on-going formative information for practitioners. The Government response to the 2017 Primary Assessment Consultation in England announced that the EYFSP will be revised and will continue to be used; the on-going completion of that assessment will serve this formative purpose.

Bidders for this contract will have to demonstrate how their proposed reception baseline assessment meets the areas for evaluation described in the Invitation to Tender documentation and also provides a value for money assessment for schools.

Request for Information - Leadership Coaching Primary Education

L.E.A.D. Academy Trust | Published October 19, 2017  -  Deadline October 27, 2017
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799980

L.E.A.D. Academy Trust is interested in gathering information around what suppliers can provide leadership coaching within the primary education sector. At this moment in time the trust is interested in the costs that may be associated to these services and how the coaching will be delivered.