Public tenders for education in Rotherham United Kingdom

Find all Education tenders in the world.
Finding business opportunities has never been easier.

Results for education. Make a new search!

Education and training services

RNN Group | Published October 19, 2016
cpvs
80000000, 80500000

Education and training services

Education Case Management system.

Rotherham MBC | Published March 27, 2015
cpvs
48190000, 72212190, 48000000, 48100000, 48311000, 72212710, 72212771, 72212782, 72212783, 72212781, 72212900, 72261000, 72262000, 72260000, 72212482, 72212517, 48422000, 48517000, 48771000, 72000000

RMBC is seeking a provider who can supply a Education Case Management system, this platform will need to provide a management system that holds demographic, school and service provision data for the children enrolled in Rotherham schools. It needs to supports the annual school census, statutory reporting requirements and case management provision for Admissions and Transfers, SEN, the Music Service, School Transport, and Education Welfare. Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the myTenders Web Site at http://www.myTenders.org/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=151170

Education and training services

RNN Group | Published October 27, 2017  -  Deadline December 4, 2017
cpvs
80000000

Please note, this is in addition to the current tender out for the delivery of education and training on behalf of the RNN Group.

The RNN Group (the ‘College’) is seeking to procure a framework of possible providers for the delivery of education and training provision from a network of contractors who will be selected through this procurement exercise. This procurement exercise is open to all eligible suppliers providing provision in all sectors (and at all levels) but selection may be made in line with our strategic priorities and where provision does not directly compete with our own delivery. All submissions should be made via the online portal. No other form of submission will be accepted. Deadline for submission of tenders is Monday, 4.12.2017 at 17:00. You are welcome to ask questions or seek clarifications regarding this procurement process via the In-Tend portal. Deadline for clarifications is Monday, 27.11.2017 at 17:00.

Please note, this is in addition to the current tender out for the delivery of education and training on behalf of the RNN Group.

The RNN Group (the ‘College’) is seeking to procure a framework of possible providers for the delivery of education and training provision from a network of contractors who will be selected through this procurement exercise. This procurement exercise is open to all eligible suppliers providing provision in all sectors (and at all levels) but selection may be made in line with our strategic priorities and where provision does not directly compete with our own delivery. All submissions should be made via the online portal. No other form of submission will be accepted. Deadline for submission of tenders is Monday, 4.12.2017 at 17:00. You are welcome to ask questions or seek clarifications regarding this procurement process via the In-Tend portal. Deadline for clarifications is Monday, 27.11.2017 at 17:00.

Adult and other education services

RNN Group | Published September 23, 2017  -  Deadline October 20, 2017
cpvs
80400000

The RNN Group (the ‘College’) is seeking to procure the delivery of education and training provision from a network of contractors referred to as ‘Providers’ who will be selected through this procurement exercise. This ITT and any attachments contain the information and instructions that will facilitate your submission of a compliant tender. Please read the information carefully as any non-compliance with the instructions, may result in the disqualification of your tender from the procurement process. The procurement process will be managed via the In-Tend procurement portal. All submissions should be made via the online portal. No other form of submission will be accepted. Deadline for submission of tenders is Friday 27.10.2017 at 17:00. You are welcome to ask questions or seek clarifications regarding this procurement process via the In-Tend portal. Deadline for clarifications is Friday 20.10.2017 at 17.00.

The RNN Group (the ‘College’) is seeking to procure the delivery of education and training provision from a network of contractors referred to as ‘Providers’ who will be selected through this procurement exercise. This ITT and any attachments contain the information and instructions that will facilitate your submission of a compliant tender. Please read the information carefully as any non-compliance with the instructions, may result in the disqualification of your tender from the procurement process.

The procurement exercise is broken into lots. The maximum amount of funding per academic year (August to July) for each lot is depicted in the table below.

16-18 Apprenticeship Max Funding

Business Admin 30 000 GBP

Sport and Activity Leadership 30 000 GBP

Customer Service 40 000 GBP

Hospitality and Catering 100 000 GBP

19+ Apprenticeships Max Funding

Business Admin 75 000 GBP

Sport and Activity Leadership 30 000 GBP

Customer Service 30 000 GBP

Hospitality and Catering 50 000 GBP

Rail Engineering 750 000 GBP

Leadership and Management inc Team Leading 50 000 GBP

Health and Social Care 75 000 GBP

Warehousing and Storage 75 000 GBP

Study Programme Max Funding

Sport and Activity Leadership 100 000 GBP

Music 100 000 GBP

Rail Engineering 250 000 GBP

Adult Education Budget Max Funding

Rail Engineering £250,000.00 GBP

Warehousing and Storage 100 000 GBP

Retail 75 000 GBP

Customer Service 75 000 GBP

Construction 225 000 GBP

Employability, Teamwork and Community 250 000 GBP

Hospitality and Catering 250 000 GBP

15-124 Early Years Education Solution

Rotherham MBC | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
cpvs
48000000, 48100000, 72000000, 72200000, 72210000, 72211000, 72212517, 72260000

RMBC is looking for a software platform from an experienced supplier that can help support a range of activities linked to RMBC early years services.  This should include functionality such as Early Year Education Eligibility Checking, a range of financial calculations and to be integrated with the current FIS platform.  It should also provide portals to allow a range of providers to access this solution. 

 

16-014 Year 11 Search and Apply Database for Further Education

Rotherham MBC | Published May 9, 2016  -  Deadline June 9, 2016
cpvs
48000000

We want the Hosting and managing of an 'off-the-shelf' web-based software solution which: 1. Allows young people to research and select learning, training and employment options. 2. Supports the application process and tracking of young people's destinations. Please complete the attached documents for: A96H-SH1NXM: 16-014 Year 11 Search and Apply Database for Further Education. Which can be found on the Yortender portal www.yortender.co.uk.

14 – 19 ESF NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training) Fund- European Social Fund and Skills Funding Agency

Rotherham MBC | Published July 16, 2013  -  Deadline August 15, 2013
cpvs
80000000

On the 15th May 2013, the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) published an Invitation to Tender (ITT) to commission a single lead provider to deliver ESF provision to 14-19 (25) year olds who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) or at risk of becoming NEET in South Yorkshire from 1 September 2013 to 30 July 2015. The contract awarded by the SkfA to South Yorkshire will be worth £2.5m subject to successfully engaging 1175 young people, 90% completing their ESF learning offer and 80% progressing into education, employment and/or training (EET).  

The four Local Authorities in the sub-region (namely: Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council (BMBC), Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council (DMBC), Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) and Sheffield City Council (SCC) – referred to as The South Yorkshire Local Authorities Participation Partnership (SYLAPP) for the purposes of this bid – agreed to submit a single joint bid with RMBC as the contract lead.

SYLAPP, through RMBC, want to develop a Commissioning Framework Agreement by 31 August 2013 comprising a range of organisations that are viable and have the capability and capacity to deliver bespoke teaching and learning programmes to 14-19 (25) year olds who are NEET, or at risk of becoming NEET and who face multiple barriers to participate in learning and/or employment.

RMBC will award contracts to organisations on this Framework via a series of mini competitive tendering rounds that are able to deliver a core accredited teaching and learning offer of study skills and employability skills wrapped around a range of Engagement Activities that will enable young people to progress into EET. The first six Engagement Activities tendering rounds are likely to include:

1)      Pre-apprenticeships – work placements and/or work trials targeting 17/18 year olds at/near L2, seeking employment, who have completed post-16 learning but unsuccessful apprenticeship applications to support them into work placements and work trials.

2)     Community Engagement Learning – personal development, motivational and confidence building activities targeting 16-19 year old NEETs from priority groups, who are at EL/ L1 and have not engaged well in pre & post-16 education.

3)  Y11 Supported Transition – targeting new arrivals; those on PRU rolls and persistent non-attenders in Y11 to engage in mainstream study programme tasters that continue beyond school leaving date until progression is secured.

4)    Parenting & Learning - targeting teenage parents aged 14-19 on to parenting skills, pastoral care and supported access to a range of services (midwives, nurse partnerships, children’s centres and childcare).

5)  LAC into Apprenticeships – focussing on work placements and mentoring support for LA work place 

 6)    LDD Work Experience - targeting LDD NEET aged 16-25 into work experience and work trials around supported internships (e.g. Sheffield’s Remploy and Barnsley’s Moorland Plastics Work Choice Contracts, Rotherham’s Youth Enterprise and the Voluntary sector); and building on the current ‘non-standard’ LDD provision to develop an employability offer for those without a S139a.

(NB: completion of this Expression of Interest is no guarantee that any sub-contracts or ESF monies will be awarded by The South Yorkshire LAs).

 

16-003 Targeted, HIV Prevention and Support into services for people living with HIV

Rotherham MBC | Published February 5, 2016  -  Deadline March 7, 2016
cpvs
80000000, 85000000, 98000000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide Services that meet RMBC’s current needs for targeted HIV education, HIV prevention and support for people living with HIV

Although the HIV prevalence rate in Rotherham is relatively low the treatment agencies have reported seeing an increase in numbers being diagnosed towards the end of 2014 and throughout the first part of 2015. Local evidence also shows an increasing reluctance amongst some vulnerable groups to use condoms. Effective targeted  education and awareness raising is important too for individuals and communities to be able to access accurate information in relation to sexual health.

         Local evidence indicates that those living with HIV often feel isolated as they struggle to come to terms with their diagnosis and may require support accessing specialist services.

 

16-032 Home to School Transport.

Rotherham MBC | Published April 7, 2017
Winner
Wyatt Coaches Limited
cpvs
34114400

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide Services that meet RMBC's current needs for Transport for Children, Young People & Vulnerable adults. This contract provides transport for those children, young people and adults identified as needing transport from their homes, or designated pick up points, mainly to educational establishments; respite centres; residential homes, day care centres and learning disability day centres, that provide the specialised education, care and support they require.

15-109 Schools Cashless Payment Solution

Rotherham MBC | Published November 12, 2015  -  Deadline December 11, 2015
cpvs
30140000, 30142000, 30142200, 48110000, 72000000, 72212110

Education School Catering commenced work with Rotherham Schools to implement cashless systems for meals in secondary over 15 years ago.

Upgrades to the system have taken place on an ad-hoc basis to ensure the continuity of the system which provides a safe and effective way for pupils to pay for their school meal. 

The annual maintenance agreement has been renewed as part of this process.

The requirement is to upgrade the existing secondary provision to a biometric system, compatible with the school network which allows downloading of new starter information straight from the management information system making the whole process easier and faster.

As this requirement is an integral part of the daily operation for the payment of schools meals the successful contractor would be expected to work in close partnership with the Education Catering Service.  The system forms part of the trading arrangement with the in-house service level agreement/contract and therefore lack of performance of the technology, maintenance or customer service will jeopardise the overall service of the Catering Units.   This agreement will be for initially for a period of one year, with the option to extend at the sole discretion of RMBC for a further two years, each on a year by year basis.  The estimated value of this agreement is approx. £150,000 however this does not carry any guarantee of turnover and any estimated volumes of business are indicative and may vary upwards or downwards depending on actual future needs.

 

16-032 Home to School Transport

Rotherham MBC | Published April 7, 2017
Winner
Wyatt Coaches Limited
cpvs
60120000, 60000000, 34110000, 60170000, 60171000, 60172000, 80411000, 34114400

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide Services that meet RMBC's current needs for Transport for Children, Young People & Vulnerable adults.

This contract provides transport for those children, young people and adults identified as needing transport from their homes, or designated pick up points, mainly to educational establishments; respite centres; residential homes, day care centres and learning disability day centres, that provide the specialised education, care and support they require.

16-032 Home to School Transport

Rotherham MBC | Published October 25, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
cpvs
60120000, 60000000, 34110000, 60170000, 60171000, 60172000, 80411000, 34114400

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide Services that meet RMBC's current needs for Transport for Children, Young People and Vulnerable adults.

This contract provides transport for those children, young people and adults identified as needing transport from their homes, or designated pick up points, mainly to educational establishments; respite centres; residential homes, day care centres and learning disability day centres, that provide the specialised education, care and support they require.

16-032 Home to School Transport

Rotherham MBC | Published October 25, 2016
cpvs
60120000, 60000000, 34110000, 60170000, 60171000, 60172000, 80411000, 34114400

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMBC) are inviting bids from a number of organisations who might be able to provide Services that meet RMBC's current needs for Transport for Children, Young People and Vulnerable adults.

This contract provides transport for those children, young people and adults identified as needing transport from their homes, or designated pick up points, mainly to educational establishments; respite centres; residential homes, day care centres and learning disability day centres, that provide the specialised education, care and support they require.

14-068 Adult Community Learning (Phase 3)

Rotherham MBC | Published May 14, 2014  -  Deadline May 27, 2014
cpvs
80000000, 85322000, 98000000

The Community Learning grant provides support for the delivery of a range of community-based and outreach learning opportunities. This broad range of provision, is to bring together adults (often of different ages and backgrounds) by helping them to pursue an interest, address a need, gain a new skill, become healthier, or learn how to better support their children.

The purpose of our funding contribution is to enable providers to deliver a truly local offer that conforms to the objectives set out in the government’s guidance, ‘New Challenges, New Chances’. Please see link below:

education-skills-system-reform-plan.pdf" rel="nofollow">https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/32313/11-1380-further- education-skills-system-reform-plan.pdf

As the guidance states, the commissioned service must:

• maximise access to community learning for adults, bringing new opportunities and   

            improving lives, whatever people’s circumstances

• promote social renewal by bringing local communities together to experience the joy

             of learning and the pride that comes with achievement,

• maximise the effect community learning has on the social and economic well-being        < /SPAN>

             of individuals, families and communities.

 

RMBC will commission a range of organisations to deliver either accredited and/or non-accredited learning that meets at least one of the following objectives:

 

a)     Develop the skills necessary to combat low attainment, unemployment and/or to enable people to participate in the Big Society agenda, particularly volunteering.

 

b)    Target excluded and under-represented groups and/or communities.

 

c)     Engage ‘New Arrivals’ and/or those with English as a Second Language and are in need.

 

d)    Improve people’s access to learning materials to develop relevant study skills, including the use of information technology.

 

e)     Improve health and well-being to enable people to access learning, training, employment and/or to sustain independent living.

 

f)     Encourage family learning and support the development of parenting skills.

 

Organisation(s) will be contracted no earlier than 1st June 2014 and no later than the 31st July 2014. RMBC will cease contracts should project(s) fail to deliver against the performance outcomes and indicators set out above, or for poor quality, learner experience. 

 

14-047 Adult Community Learning

Rotherham MBC | Published April 8, 2014  -  Deadline April 24, 2014
cpvs
80000000, 80400000, 85323000, 98000000

The Community Learning grant provides support for the delivery of a range of community-based and outreach learning opportunities. This broad range of provision, is to bring together adults (often of different ages and backgrounds) by helping them to pursue an interest, address a need, gain a new skill, become healthier, or learn how to better support their children.

The purpose of our funding contribution is to enable providers to deliver a truly local offer that conforms to the objectives set out in the government’s guidance, ‘New Challenges, New Chances’. Please see link below:

education-skills-system-reform-plan.pdf" rel="nofollow">https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_dat a/ file/32313/11-1380-further-education-skills-system-reform-plan.pdf

As the guidance states, the commissioned service must:

• maximise access to community learning for adults, bringing new opportunities and   

            improving lives, whatever people’s circumstances

• promote social renewal by bringing local communities together to experience the joy

             of learning and the pride that comes with achievement,

• maximise the effect community learning has on the social and economic well-being        < /SPAN>

             of individuals, families and communities.

 

RMBC will commission a range of organisations to deliver either accredited and/or non-accredited learning that meets at least one of the following objectives:

 

a)     Develop the skills necessary to combat low attainment, unemployment and/or to enable people to participate in the Big Society agenda, particularly volunteering.

 

b)    Target excluded and under-represented groups and/or communities.

 

c)     Engage ‘New Arrivals’ and/or those with English as a Second Language and are in need.

 

d)    Improve people’s access to learning materials to develop relevant study skills, including the use of information technology.

 

e)     Improve health and well-being to enable people to access learning, training, employment and/or to sustain independent living.

 

f)     Encourage family learning and support the development of parenting skills.

 

Organisation(s) will be contracted no earlier than 12 th May 2014 and no later than the 31 st July 2014. RMBC will cease contracts should project(s) fail to deliver against the performance outcomes and indicators set out above, or for poor quality, learner experience 

School Effectiveness Service- School Improvement Consultancy

Rotherham MBC | Published May 13, 2013  -  Deadline June 13, 2013
cpvs
79400000

Rotherham Borough Council’s School Effectiveness Service is seeking to appoint a Panel of School Improvement Consultants with whom the Council may award individual contracts

RMBC currently require two consultants of this nature and will directly award two contracts following the tendering process. However, in coming months the number of School Improvement Consultants required may increase, therefore RMBC wish to appoint a Panel of additional providers should the requirement change.

The Council shall award contracts under the Agreement by assessing which member of the Panel offers the best value in respect of that contract.

The Council may also conduct a mini-competition amongst those Panel members capable of providing the proposed services.  Such mini-competitions will be conducted in accordance with the terms of the framework to be issued to those provider’s successfully shortlisted to tender.

The School Effectiveness Service is a department within the Children & Young People’s Services Directorate of Rotherham Borough Council.  Its purpose is to deliver school improvement challenge and support to education establishments within the Borough and work in partnership with stakeholders to ensure the Rotherham School Improvement Partnership Mission:

all students making at least good progress;

  • no underperforming cohorts;
  • all teachers delivering at least good learning; and
  • all schools moving to at least the next level of successful performance

The service is seeking two school improvement colleagues’ of the highest calibre to help Rotherham leaders and their schools move to the next level of success and beyond.

Context

Rotherham is at the forefront of change and its partnership model is one that others are seeking to follow. During the recent ‘Good Practice Survey of Local Authority Work in Supporting Improvement’, HMI were very impressed with the commitment to the collective mission which underpins all strategies and provides core values, a moral purpose and a collective responsibility.

It is seen as ‘the glue’ which gels together the Local Authority, its partners and schools as a cohesive community. Collaborative working is seen as a particular strength and a key part of that, is the use of diverse arrangements to meet schools’ needs in terms of school improvement. Professional development and training is regarded as being of good quality and a strength is the focus on the development of sustainable capacity for improvement in schools, with the responsibility given back to schools.

The Service now needs to further develop it’s partnerships with external education suppliers and is seeking to work with someone who can demonstrate

  • a strong understanding of school improvement;
  •  implementation of effective strategies for closing the gap between vulnerable groups of pupils and their peers;
  • confidence and skill in giving advice, brokering support, coaching, challenging and problem-solving, as well as an ability to deliver hard messages; and who has credibility as a senior leader, Headteacher, principal, or HMI.

Methodology

The nature of the work will vary and be subject to change following local and national priorities but we expect the support to consist of:

  • collaborative work with schools, Academies, Governors, Local Authorities, the National College, education advisers, DfE officials, and other strategic partners to bring about sustainable school improvement, at pace, in underperforming schools and help close attainment gaps
  • represent the  partnership of schools as a leading education professional
  • offer professional advice, support and challenge to schools, Academies, Governors, the LA and  the relevant Diocese (using a range of styles including coaching, directing, etc.) to ensure all partners' efforts are maximised and the right solutions are in place
  • establish and maintain successful relationships with the principal groups listed above to help raise standards and close attainment gaps
  • contribute to the development of a high-performing, effective cadre of leaders
  • possess excellent skills in analysis of a range of quantitative and qualitative data and intelligence to identify issues
  • implement or commission and broker appropriate, effective solutions to bring about rapid improvements, including support from other schools, NLEs, LLEs, Teaching Schools or in some cases, conversion to a sponsor-led Academy  
  • monitor and evaluate the implementation of school improvement strategies, refining and/or revising as appropriate
  • coach and support the underperforming school’s senior leadership teams to lead the improvement process
  • produce concise, accurate and timely reports on progress in the school, the challenges still to be overcome, and what further mitigating action is needed
  • encourage, empower and enable schools, Academies and the  LA to develop the infrastructure to create a self-improving, self-sustaining school system, building and maintaining effective partnerships to deliver the partnership mission

Time Frame

The contracted supplier will work with the Service on an Academic Year rolling programme, September to August, subject to performance management, from September 2013 to August 2014, should funding be available RMBC may reserve the right to extend the agreement for a further period of one year.

 

Transport of pupils with special educational needs — Wheelchair accessible vehicles.

Rotherham MBC | Published December 3, 2015
Winner
Rotherham Community Transport Ltd
cpvs
60170000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council requires vehicles, drivers and passenger assistants to transport Children and Young People. The passengers' age range is between 0 to 19 years with special educational needs and disabilities including various medical, physical conditions and challenging behaviours. Vehicles with wheelchair accessibility and passenger assistants will be required. Details of all the routes will be provided within the tender documentation. Tender documentation can be downloaded from the YORtender portal at www.yor tender.co.uk The YORtender contract reference is 9X5J-M3RE5C

Transport of pupils with special educational needs — Wheelchair accessible vehicles.

Rotherham MBC | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
cpvs
60170000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council requires vehicles, drivers and passenger assistants to transport Children and Young People. The passengers' age range is between 0 to 19 years with special educational needs and disabilities including various medical, physical conditions and challenging behaviours. Vehicles with wheelchair accessibility and passenger assistants will be required. Details of all the routes will be provided within the tender documentation. Tender documentation can be downloaded from the YORtender portal at www.yor tender.co.uk. The YORtender contract reference is 9X5J-M3RE5C.

Transport of pupils with special educational needs - Wheelchair accessible vehicles

Rotherham MBC | Published July 28, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
cpvs
60170000

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council requires vehicles, drivers and passenger assistants to transport Children and Young People. The passengers’ age range is between 0 to 19 years with special educational needs and disabilities including various medical, physical conditions and challenging behaviours.  

Vehicles with wheelchair accessibility and passenger assistants will be required.

Details of all the routes will be provided within the tender documentation.

Tender documentation can be downloaded from the YORtender portal at www.yor tender.co.uk. The YORtender contract reference is 9X5J-M3RE5C          

 

CBC-JA-10013 — Dearne ALC — ICT Managed Services.

The Dearne ALC | Published May 29, 2015  -  Deadline June 25, 2015
cpvs
72510000, 72700000, 72540000, 72590000

The Dearne ALC is a vibrant, forward-thinking learning community, proud of its students and unique identity. The School are committed to improving the qualifications and life chances for all students so as to help regenerate the local area. The Dearne ALC moved into a brand new building in January 2011 and are still maximising the benefits this offers. Many of its students live in areas measured to have the highest levels of social deprivation nationally and its priority remains to provide for them the very best 21st Century learning environment. The School are re-focusing their specialism so as to deliver high aspiration business, enterprise and employability ambitions. This goal is based on providing excellence and innovation in learning, secured and supported by well-resourced computer technologies. The Dearne ALC is looking to source an IT managed services partner whom shall be able to support the strategic ambitions of the School. The School wish to tender for the provision of an outsourced IT management service that will continue to support the school's current day-to-day IT support requirements and infrastructure. As well as this, the supplier shall also provide expert advice and facilitation to support the School's desire to enhance the service offering of the IT function to students, teaching and support staff, whilst supporting the changing demands of schooling and education provision.