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Liverpool City Council on behalf of their Children and Young People’s Services are inviting suitably qualified providers of alternative education to submit an application be included on a flexible framework for the provision of Alternative Education. Applications can be uploaded for evaluation at any time throughout the four year duration of the flexible framework. Evaluation will take place every six months from the start of the flexible framework. Phase one applications are required between 2nd November and 7th December 2015. By applying for inclusion to this notice, subject to meeting the minimum standards you will be invited to tender once a requirement arises. Admittance to the flexible framework will depend on providers meeting minimum criteria as stated in the application documentation. Requests for quotations will be issued to providers admitted to the flexible framework as and when required. The award criteria for this phase will be stipulated in the application documentation. Liverpool City Council reserves the right to use an electronic reverse auction for quotations. Further details of the flexible framework and full instructions are given in the application document available to download from The Chest (Due North).
The Department for Education's (DfE) vision is for a school-led system that helps drive social mobility (Social Mobility Definition: The extent to which a child's socio-economic circumstances at birth determines their own socio-economic status in adulthood (including their income, education and employment) ensuring that every child and young person can achieve their best regardless of location, prior attainment and background. Good and outstanding leadership is essential to improving the quality of teaching in schools and to improving pupil outcomes. Effective school leadership has a profound impact on the quality of education a child receives. Research from the United States indicates that highly effective headteachers raise the achievement of a typical student in their schools by the equivalent of between two and seven months of learning in a single school year (Measuring the impact of effective principals, http://hanushek.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/publications/Branch%2BHanushek%2BRivkin%202013%20EdNext%2013%281%29_0.pdf).
The services will incl. delivery of a varied curriculum of learning and skills in prisons; learning needs screening of persons following admission to custody; specialist screening (e.g. dyslexia) where required; and working with SPS to ensure progress against the SPS Learning and Skills Strategy. The curriculum provided will address prison learner needs and reflect a mixture of core skills (literacy and numeracy); embedded learning incl. life skills; project themed learning; vocational skills (delivered directly or supporting the SPS's own activities). Delivery against Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA) from SCQF 3 to 6, plus other relevant awarding bodies for vocational activities (e.g. REHIS, etc.). Support will also be required for higher education students or distance learning at level 7 or above. Provision of a managed learning environment (IT suite) in each prison and ensuring a range of appropriate learning materials associated with service delivery.
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