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DFID-40072318 : Primary Education Development Programme III Mid Term Review

Department for International Development | Published October 7, 2013
Winner
Oxford Policy Management Limited 6 St Aldates Courtyard , 38 St Aldates , Oxford, OX1 1BN
cpvs
75211200

The objective of the review is to contract a consultant to provide support to the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) in preparing and conducting the Mid Term Review (MTR) of the Primary Education Development Programme III.

DFID 6618 Procurement Agent to Monitor the Procurement of Textbooks/Teachers’ Guide/Desks/Syllabi for Primary Schools through The Primary Education Support Project in Tanzania. Amendment No1

Department for International Development | Published July 29, 2014
Winner
Crown Agents Ltd St Nicholas House, St Nicholas Road, Sutton , SM1 1EL
cpvs
75211200

The purpose is to assist the Ministries of Finance (MOF), Education and Vocational Training (MOEVT), Prime Minister’s Office- Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) in Tanzania by working to ensure a successful outcome to the procurement process and that optimum value for money (VFM) is achieved. The objective of this assignment is to assist DFID to monitor and oversee the procurement process, including delivery to schools, for textbooks, teachers’ guides, syllabi and desks as part of the Primary Education Support Project (PESP) that is in conformity with the Tanzania Public procurement laws.

Primary education services

Halton Borough Council | Published April 4, 2013
Winner
Bridgewater Community Healthcare nhs Trust Bevan House 17 Beecham Court, Smithy Brook Road WN3 6PR Wigan UNITED KINGDOM E-mail: annemarie.bell@bridgewater.nhs.uk Telephone: +44 1942482718
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80100000, 80110000

Halton Borough Council is pleased to offer an exciting opportunity for appropriately qualified providers to deliver a Service that will support the achievement of Halton Children's Trust priorities: — ‘Improve outcomes for children and young people through embedding integrated processes to deliver early help and support'; — ‘Improve outcomes for our most vulnerable children and young people by targeting services effectively'. As part of this aim, the service will directly support the achievement of the following overarching performance indicators: — Children and young people are physically, emotionally and sexually healthy; — Every young person is successful when they leave school; — Children and young people do well, wherever they live, and whatever their needs.

primary education services

Oxfordshire County Council | Published June 30, 2012
Winner
National Literacy Trust 68 South Lambert Road SW8 1RL London UNITED KINGDOM Telephone: +44 2078409533
cpvs
80100000

To provide a support service to improve the reading outcomes in Oxfordshire for children at level 2b+.

ITT for the provision of catering services to Cambridge Primary Education Trust

Pan Consulting | Published July 17, 2018  -  Deadline September 4, 2018
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15894210

This ITT is to provide Catering Services to Cambridge Primary Education Trust (CPET). A group of four primary schools within the Histon and Trumpington areas of Cambridgeshire with a combined pupil roll number in excess of 1,000. This Trust is looking for a caterer who will make every effort to engage with the pupils and staff, who genuinely cares about the food it serves and the catering staff they employ. They are looking to achieve genuinely great food, that pupils choose to take, engaging staff and a buzzing dining hall.

DFID40075830 Support to Large-Scale Try Out and Revision of Textbooks, Teachers’ Editions and Teachers’ Guides for Grades I to V under Primary Education Development Programme III

Department for International Development | Published January 8, 2014
Winner
Oxford Policy Management Limited 6 St Aldates Courtyard , 38 St Aldates , Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BN
cpvs
75211200

Support to Large-Scale Try Out and Revision of Textbooks, Teachers’ Editions and Teachers’ Guides for Grades I to V under Primary Education Development Programme III

Primary education services

East Renfrewshire Council | Published June 18, 2013
Winner
The Lochgoilhead CentreShelter ParkLochgoilhead PA24 8AQ
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80100000, 80200000, 55243000, 80212000

To provide outdoor residential experience to both primary and secondary pupil from East Renfrewshire Council, practice residential experience for music and arts and study support weekends to pupils studying for their National Qualifications at Higher Grade. This contract will be awarded on a framework basis to 3 providers per Lot who have demonstrated through the evaluation process that they are able to fulfil all requirement of the service. The tender is spilt into two Lots and tenderers can either apply for one of both. Lot 1 – study and practical weekends; Lot 2 – residential courses. Contract term is for an initial period of 36 months with the option to extend for a further 12 months

DFID 6234 Impact Evaluation of the DFID Programme EQUIP-T

Department for International Development | Published December 30, 2014
Winner
Oxford Policy Management Ltd 6 St Aldates Courtyard, 38 St Aldates, OXFORD, OX1 1BN
cpvs
75211200

Objective To conduct an impact evaluation of a major DFID education programme being delivered in selected district councils in Tanzania, that aims to identify a replicable and affordable approach to improving the quality of primary education that can be rolled out nationally in Tanzania.

Primary education services

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council | Published June 20, 2014
Winner
Barnardo Services LimitedFour Gables Clarence Road HorsforthLeeds LS18 4LB eastbdu@barnardos.org.uk +44 1133933200
cpvs
80100000, 80200000, 80340000, 80511000

The provision of Support Services to Schools for children with Physical Difficulties in North East Lincolnshire. To provide advice, guidance and support to staff in mainstream schools in understanding the needs of children with Physical Difficulty to allow this cohort of children to be educated in a mainstream setting.

DE/CCEA- Research for Irish Medium Key Stage 3 Text books

CPD - Supplies and Services Division | Published November 27, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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73000000, 73110000, 72313000, 72316000

CCEA wish to engage a service provider to carry out Irish-medium specialist research which will document and analyse current language attainment at the start and end points of Key Stage 3. The research will create a baseline of language acquisition by pupils and make recommendations to the project in the context of IM post-primary education and pedagogy

3158_15 Education Quality Consultancy Services

Leicestershire County Council c/o ESPO | Published December 18, 2014  -  Deadline February 5, 2015
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80000000, 80100000, 80110000, 80200000

ESPO is working on behalf of Leicestershire County Council to undertake a procurement process to identify and appoint experienced professionals to deliver a range of high calibre and quality assured education consultancy services to assist the Council in improving education in the County’s school and colleges. In consideration of the above ESPO and Leicestershire County Council are seeking to establish an ‘open’ framework which will enable the periodic performance review of appointed service providers and where appropriate, to allow new providers to join the framework at regular annual intervals in order to ensure that it continues to meet the Council’s service delivery requirements and offers an appropriate range of services and service providers. The framework will include lots for Education Quality Advisors (EQA’s), Newly Qualified Teacher assessment (NQT assessors), Key Stage 1 and 2 moderation and monitoring services, Associate Head Teachers and School to School Support. The framework will consist of 8 lots: Lots & CPV Codes: Education Quality Advisers for Early Years and Primary phase Quality Assurance; 80000000: Education and training services, 80100000: Primary education services, 80110000: Pre-school education services. Education Quality Advisers for Secondary phase Quality Assurance; 80000000 Education and training services, 80200000: Secondary education services. Education Quality Adviser for Quality Assurance SEND; 80000000: Education and training services, 80100000: Primary education services, 80110000: Pre-school education services, 80200000: Secondary education services. Education Quality Adviser - Induction and quality assurance of NQTs; 80000000: Education and training services, 80100000: Primary education services, 80110000: Pre-school education services, 80200000: Secondary education services. Education Quality Adviser – Specialist: advisers with experience in specific areas such as alternative provision, the virtual school, and vulnerable groups; 80000000: Education and training services, 80100000: Primary education services, 80110000: Pre-school education services, 80200000: Secondary education services. Education Quality Adviser for KS1 and KS2 monitoring of national assessments; 80000000: Education and training services, 80100000: Primary education services. Associate head teachers and interim head teachers (all phases). 80000000: Education and training services, 80100000: Primary education services, 80110000: Pre-school education services, 80200000: Secondary education services. School to school support (to include senior leadership, middle management and teacher level); 80000000: Education and training services, 80100000: Primary education services, 80110000: Pre-school education services, 80200000: Secondary education services. In order to express an interest in this forthcoming opportunity and obtaining documents when they become available and/or requesting any further information, please see details below and please ensure you refer to instructions and guidance available: (a) Go to www.eastmidstenders.org, (b) If you are not already registered, Register your company by selecting the ‘Register’ box on the top of the home page, (c) Once registered visit the home page and search for the tender ‘3158_15 Education Quality Consultancy Services ’ by selecting ‘View Opportunities’, (d) Express an interest by selecting the ‘Register Interest’ box at the bottom of the screen. You should receive a notification email confirming your expression of interest, (e) Once fully registered, you will be notified by e mail when the documents become available to download from the website, (f) If you have any query regarding the content or require further information, please use the discussion tools provided within the website. If you experience any problems with registration or expression of interest, please refer any queries on Portal operation to support@due-north.com or telephone +44 1670597136.

Consultancy Service on the Preparation of National Strategy for Mother Tongue Languages Education Development

Ethiopia | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 6, 2017
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Ethiopia has been implementing a multi-lingual and decentralized education and training policy/ETP since 1994. The policy provides all citizens with the right to attend an eight year primary education in their own mother tongue. Apart from being a fundamental child right, this policy provision has sound pedagogical benefits in facilitating school attendance and enhancing children’s learning. Following the implementation of the policy, the number of mother tongue languages taught as subjects and used as media of instruction has reached over 51 during the past two decades, and a remarkable expansion of primary education has been documented where the net enrolment ratio for primary education has reached 96% in 2015 from nearly 20% in 1997.
Considering the multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-linguistic realities of Ethiopia, and being well conscious of the advantages of citizens’ being bi-or multilingual for broader socio-cultural interdependence and for improved economic opportunities in the national and international labour markets, the policy has addressed bi-and multilingualism in which children should have access to learn local languages, other than their own mother tongue, as their second and third languages and other foreign languages based on their interest.
However, there hasn’t been a comprehensive national strategic guidance hitherto to support the implementation of the policy at grass root levels. Therefore, the Ministry of Education has decided to prepare a national strategy for mother tongue languages education development in line with the umbrella national vision of achieving a middle income economy by 2025. As a result, this strategic activity of language education development has been planned to be accomplished as part of the second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPII) and the fifth education sector development programme (ESDP V) which emphasize on improved mother tongue languages education development for enhanced mother tongue reading and writing skills proficiency of both teachers and students.
For expedited and timely completion of the mother tongue languages education development national strategy, it has become necessary to undertake procurement of a competent consultancy firm experienced in the development of policy, strategy and planning of mother tongue languages education development in multi-lingual, multi-ethnic and multicultural countries like Ethiopia

Parkhall Integrated College.

Education Authority | Published November 14, 2015
Winner
O'Hare & McGovern Ltd
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45000000, 45210000, 45214200

This Contract is for the construction of a new Post Primary School at Steeple Road, Antrim. The new school will be a 2 storey school complex with a gross internal floor area of circa 11 700 m2 within single site including the provision of replacement playing fields (2 football and 1 rugby pitch) on the site of the existing Parkhall Junior School building, a new synthetic pitch, and 5 new tennis courts. The new facility will provide full post primary education provision across the entire age spectrum (11-16 years). (As detailed in the PQQ documentation on the e-sourcing portal).

Parkhall Integrated College.

North Eastern Education and Library Board | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline February 3, 2015
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45000000, 45210000, 45214200

This Contract is for the construction of a new Post Primary School at Steeple Road, Antrim. The new school will be a 2 storey school complex with a gross internal floor area of circa 11 700 m² within single site including the provision of replacement playing fields (2 football and 1 rugby pitch) on the site of the existing Parkhall Junior School building, a new synthetic pitch, and 5 new tennis courts. The new facility will provide full post primary education provision across the entire age spectrum (11-16 years). (As detailed in the PQQ documentation on the e-sourcing portal).

Parkhall Integrated College.

North Eastern Education and Library Board | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 20, 2015
cpvs
45000000, 45210000, 45214200

This Contract is for the construction of a new Post Primary School at Steeple Road, Antrim. The new school will be a 2 storey school complex with a gross internal floor area of circa 11 700 m² within single site including the provision of replacement playing fields (2 football and 1 rugby pitch) on the site of the existing Parkhall Junior School building, a new synthetic pitch, and 5 new tennis courts. The new facility will provide full post primary education provision across the entire age spectrum (11-16 years). (As detailed in the PQQ documentation on the e-sourcing portal).

Student Placement And Achievement Records System For Initial Teacher Education

University of Wales Trinity Saint David | Published July 27, 2017
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72000000

The University is seeking tenders from suitably qualified Service Provider to develop/provide a Student Placement System. The minimum commitment will be for 5 years. There are currently approximately 700 students per year studying ITE programmes with the Athrofa. The programmes currently offered are: BA Primary Education with QTS PGCE Primary PGCE Secondary The new system should be able to accommodate potential increases in student numbers and changes or additions to the programmes currently offered. NOTE: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Sell2Wales Web Site at http://www.sell2wales.gov.wales/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=69612.

Improved Governance and Accountability in the Education Sector in Democratic Republic of Congo.

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published August 27, 2015
Winner
Mott Macdonald Ltd
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75211200

DFID DRC is seeking to appoint a Supplier for a period of up to 5 years to design and implement the component ‘Improved Governance and Accountability’ of its new joint education programme with USAID in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This component has a maximum cost of approximately 30 000 000 USD (up to 17 000 000 GBP) over 5 years and seeks to implement a systems strengthening programme which will improve governance and accountability in the education sector with a particular focus on the primary education sector. The overall joint education programme with USAID will support improvements in access, quality and governance in primary education in DRC in-line with government of DRC's Interim Education Plan. At national, provincial, education province and subprovince levels the Supplier shall provide support including technical assistance to improve sector governance, the management of resources (human and financial) and accountability at all levels as well as providing for stronger involvement of civil society in education. The work will contribute to achieving the following: — Community and civil society oversight and accountability at local and provincial levels increased, — Effective resource allocation and execution in the education sector strengthened, — Strengthened systems and capacity at the national, provincial, and school levels. The main focus of the work will be at national level and across the 4 focus provinces (Katanga, Kasai Occidental, Kasai Oriental and Equateur) and this will include linking with the school and sub province level work across at least 25 education sub provinces under the USAID managed contract ‘Equitable Access to Education and Learning in the DRC’ (Activity 1).

Improved Governance and Accountability in the Education Sector in Democratic Republic of Congo.

Procurement | Published January 31, 2015  -  Deadline March 6, 2015
cpvs
75211200

DFID DRC is seeking to appoint a Supplier for a period of up to 5 years to design and implement the component ‘Improved Governance and Accountability' of its new joint education programme with USAID in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This component has a maximum cost of approximately USD 30 000 000 (up to 17 000 000 GBP) over 5 years and seeks to implement a systems strengthening programme which will improve governance and accountability in the education sector, with a particular focus on the primary education sector. The overall joint education programme with USAID will support improvements in access, quality and governance in primary education in DRC in line with Government of DRC's Interim Education Plan. At national, provincial, education province, and sub-province levels the Supplier shall provide support, including technical assistance, to improve sector governance, the management of resources (human and financial) and accountability at all levels, as well as, providing for stronger involvement of civil society in education. The work will contribute to achieving the following: — Community and civil society oversight and accountability at local and provincial levels increased; — Effective resource allocation and execution in the education sector strengthened; — Strengthened systems and capacity at the national, provincial, and school levels. The main focus of the work will be at national level and across the four focus provinces (Katanga, Kasai Occidental, Kasai Oriental and Equateur) and this will include linking with the school and sub-province level work across at least 25 education sub-provinces under the USAID managed contract ‘Equitable Access to Education and Learning in the DRC' (Activity 1).

DFID40075977 Educational Research services for supporting Large-Scale Try Out and Revision of Textbooks, Teachers’ Editions and Teachers’ Guides for Grades I to V under Primary Education Development Programme III

Department for International Development | Published January 8, 2014
Winner
Oxford Policy Management Limited 6 St Aldates Courtyard , 38 St Aldates , Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BN
cpvs
75211200

To undertake research to determine to what extent are the revised primary textbooks and teachers’ editions in each subject area helping to achieve the grade-specific targeted learning outcomes? In particular to determine the extent to which the contents and illustrations of the textbooks address the learning outcomes of the intended curriculum, and are enjoyable and suitable for the Bangladeshi context. Also to determine extent to which the teaching/learning activities and associated strategies suggested in the teachers’ editions appropriate for the teachers and learners in the classrooms and finally to identify areas of improvements in the revised textbooks and teachers’ editions

DFID 6234 Impact Evaluation of the DFID Programme EQUIP-T, Tanzania

Department for International Development | Published November 22, 2013
cpvs
75211200

Objective To conduct an impact evaluation of a major DFID education programme being delivered in selected district councils in Tanzania, that aims to identify a replicable and affordable approach to improving the quality of primary education that can be rolled out nationally in Tanzania.