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Character Education Grants

Department for Education | Published January 22, 2015  -  Deadline February 6, 2015
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The Department for Education’s Character Education Grant programme will fund projects which help develop a set of character traits, attributes and behaviours in pupils that underpin success in education and work such as: - Perseverance, resilience and grit - Confidence and optimism - Motivation, drive and ambition - Neighbourliness and community spirit - Tolerance, and respect - Honesty, integrity and dignity - Conscientiousness, curiosity and focus Grant funding will be provided to high-quality projects within or in partnership with schools and/or colleges to: a. Support sustainable expansion of existing provision which is supported by a strong evidence base; or b. Invest in new and small scale innovations which show promising approaches to character education. The Department for Education has outlined suggestions for activities it may wish to fund in the Character Education specification of requirements document. Bids can be made specifically in support of one, or more of these suggested ideas, but other proposals will also be considered. The suggested areas include: a. Building schools’ or colleges’ capacity to improve character education by developing the knowledge and skills of staff to understand character development so they can confidently integrate this within the curriculum or their teaching. This might include, for example, staff training and/or resources that focuses specifically on character development. b. Trialling school-based initiatives. This could include, for example, classroom-based initiatives linked to schools’ curricula subjects, teaching and learning strategies, whole-school practical approaches to ethos and discipline and/or bespoke activities with groups of pupils on character development. c. Providing extra-curricular activities. This could include competitive sports, music, debating, outdoor activities or survival weekends. d. Providing community volunteering activities/projects and work experience by making links with the local charities, employers and major industries. e. Peer to peer support and mentoring through dialogue and role modelling with successful students or professionals in the community. f. Developing a practical suite of tools and/or accessible educational materials and techniques that support schools in developing character. These materials will disseminate good practice and build schools knowledge, confidence and capacity in this area and should be free to use. g. Establishing effective ways that track the progress of pupils throughout their educational journey through to employment which enable schools to monitor the impact and effectiveness of their character education provision. h. Establishing innovative ways to build character in children with high risk factors, such as special education needs or a disability, poor family functioning; maltreatment and poverty. This may involve techniques to help children deal with their own mental and physical challenges and/or to provide enriched educational and employment opportunities which would not otherwise be available to them. Estimated value: The programme will provide up to £3.5 million in grant funding from April 2015 to March 2016. There is no specific minimum or maximum amount of individual grant award, but as an indicative guide for bidders, awards are expected to be in the region of £50,000 to £750,000.

Education Provision in HMPYOI WETHERBY

Ministry of Justice | Published January 21, 2015
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The Manchester College Openshaw Campus, Ashton Old Road, Openshaw, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M11 2WH
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80490000, 80340000, 80310000, 80300000, 80212000, 80210000, 80000000, 75121000, 39162000

The education services cover the initial assessment and on-going management of educational needs for each young offender, from initial reception and induction, through to the time of transfer or release. The contract will address many other key issues that lie at the heart of delivering education in a custodial environment, such as an awareness of security and discipline, the provision of a safe and decent environment and care for young offenders including working to prevent bullying or gang-related violence. The successful contractors will interface with custodial, healthcare and other providers to facilitate an integrated service for young offenders; for example, by ensuring educational needs and progress are captured as part of the case management of young offenders to support resettlement objectives.

Education Provision in HMPYOI FELTHAM

Ministry of Justice | Published January 21, 2015
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Prospects Services 19 Elmfield Road, Bromley, BR1 1LT
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80490000, 80340000, 80310000, 80300000, 80212000, 80210000, 80000000, 75121000, 39162000

The education services cover the initial assessment and on-going management of educational needs for each young offender, from initial reception and induction, through to the time of transfer or release. The contract will address many other key issues that lie at the heart of delivering education in a custodial environment, such as an awareness of security and discipline, the provision of a safe and decent environment and care for young offenders including working to prevent bullying or gang-related violence. The successful contractors will interface with custodial, healthcare and other providers to facilitate an integrated service for young offenders; for example, by ensuring educational needs and progress are captured as part of the case management of young offenders to support resettlement objectives.

Education Provision in HMPYOI WERRINGTON

Ministry of Justice | Published January 21, 2015
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The Manchester College Openshaw Campus, Ashton Old Road, Openshaw, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M11 2WH
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80490000, 80340000, 80310000, 80300000, 80212000, 80210000, 80000000, 75121000, 39162000

The education services cover the initial assessment and on-going management of educational needs for each young offender, from initial reception and induction, through to the time of transfer or release. The contract will address many other key issues that lie at the heart of delivering education in a custodial environment, such as an awareness of security and discipline, the provision of a safe and decent environment and care for young offenders including working to prevent bullying or gang-related violence. The successful contractors will interface with custodial, healthcare and other providers to facilitate an integrated service for young offenders; for example, by ensuring educational needs and progress are captured as part of the case management of young offenders to support resettlement objectives.

Education Provision in HMPYOI COOKHAM WOOD

Ministry of Justice | Published January 21, 2015
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The Manchester College Openshaw Campus, Ashton Old Road, Openshaw, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M11 2WH
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80490000, 80340000, 80310000, 80300000, 80212000, 80210000, 80000000, 75121000, 39162000

The education services cover the initial assessment and on-going management of educational needs for each young offender, from initial reception and induction, through to the time of transfer or release. The contract will address many other key issues that lie at the heart of delivering education in a custodial environment, such as an awareness of security and discipline, the provision of a safe and decent environment and care for young offenders including working to prevent bullying or gang-related violence. The successful contractors will interface with custodial, healthcare and other providers to facilitate an integrated service for young offenders; for example, by ensuring educational needs and progress are captured as part of the case management of young offenders to support resettlement objectives.

Staploe Education Trust - Catering Services

THE LITMUS PARTNERSHIP LTD | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
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55524000

The successful tenderer will be required to provide catering services to the Staploe Education Trust. Staploe Education Trust is a multi-academy trust based in Soham, East Cambridgeshire, which was formed in 2012. The Trust has the following academies: Soham Village College, Kennett Primary School and The Shade Primary School. The tender project is seeking to appoint a Contractor whose initiative and innovation will be welcomed for the provision of service within the existing facilities for the growing student roll, with a focus on exciting new food concepts to satisfy a wide range of pupil tastes and dietary requirements. We currently have 1569 students on roll and 260 teaching and support staff across the Trust. Our roll at The Shade will grow over the coming years until reaching its full capacity of 420 students (it currently has 122 students across R, Y1 & Y2). The Trust would wish the successful contractor to review the current range of services offered and make recommendations accordingly. The contract being tendered is for a minimum of three years in duration from 24 March 2016 to the end of the spring term in 2019 and will operate as a Guaranteed Performance Contract, with the successful Contractor offering the School a guaranteed return / cost per annum for the provision of catering services. Sovereignty of the cash tariff is to remain with the Staploe Education Trust for the duration of this contract. The School year is based on a calendar of 195 days. Five days are to be used for staff professional development which means that School will be open to receive students for the legal minimum of 190 days. The contract offered covers the scope for the provision of all catering services within the Schools, which currently includes morning break, lunch, all hospitality and free issue requirements. Free School meals and hospitality will be charged based on consumption and at net food cost. Whilst the School prioritises value for money as a key objective of the Competitive Tender Process, the Governing body is not obliged to accept the lowest price. The value of the current contract (2014/15) is £335,587 (see PQQ document for breakdown). Please be advised that this contract will be let on a 3 + 2 years basis.

GB-Colchester: T548 Oral Health Education Facility in Colchester

University of Essex | Published June 9, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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The University is looking for an Oral Health facility local to the Wivenhoe Campus operated by an external provider to enable practical Higher Education services to its students. Whilst the University is predominantly employing a service this may include funds to bring the clinic up to the correct space and standard for the quantity of students required. It is envisaged that this will be a practice in or around Colchester which has sufficient space on the premises and car park spaces to facilitate the students. This is under the Light Touch Regime tendering under the new regulations as training services.

Education Health and Care Plan Writing

ESSEX LEGAL SERVICES LTD | Published November 9, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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80340000

ECC are seeking a provider who will undertake the writing of EHC plans. This will need to be undertaken following the process of assessment and gathering of relevant reports relating to the child or young persons special education, health or social care needs. Local Authority Officers will, with partners, undertake the assessment and will provide the supplier with all relevant information in order to write the plan, the objectives are as follows: *EHCPs and amendments are produced within the statutory timescales. The whole process should take no longer than 20 weeks. The expectation is that the draft should take no longer than 5 working days to produce. *EHCPs as a result of a transfer from Statement of Educational Need are produced within the stated timescales. The whole process should take no longer than 14 weeks. The expectation is that the draft should take no longer than 5 working days to produce. *The format and content of EHCPs comply with the statutory requirements. *The format and content of EHCPs complies with the requirements of the Local Authority *Each new and amended EHCP shall be accurate and relevant to each child’s special educational need.

Education Transport Olive AP Academy

Thurrock Borough Council | Published May 1, 2015  -  Deadline June 1, 2015
Winner
Tilbury Taxis
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Thurrock Council’s requirement under this Contract is to provide a transport service for the Oliver AP Academy including various sites the pupils attend.

CA3259 - Newham College of Further Education - Asbestos Management Survey

Tenet Education Services Ltd | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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71315300

The College has a requirement for an Asbestos Management Survey to be undertaken. This will be the first such survey since 2010. It will be undertaken in line with the College’s Asbestos Policy and Management Plan and all College properties are within scope. The data from this survey will be used by the contractor to create an Asbestos Register, which will inform an updated Asbestos Policy. - To access this competition: login to https://suppliers.multiquote.com and view the opportunity CA3259. Not registered on MultiQuote - visit https://suppliers.multiquote.com then register and quote CA3259 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.

Supporting Parents to Participate in the Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Disability Reforms

Department for Education | Published November 12, 2014  -  Deadline December 5, 2014
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On 1 September, Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 took effect, offering simpler, improved and more consistent help for children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities. As well as extending provision from birth to 25 years of age, the new system will: • replace statements and learning disability assessments with a new birth-to-25 Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan - setting out in one place all the support families will receive; • require better co-operation between councils and health services to make sure services for children and young people with SEN and disabilities are jointly planned and commissioned; • give parents and young people with EHC plans the offer of a personal budget; • require councils to publish a ‘local offer’ showing the support available in the area to all children and young people who have disabilities or SEN; • introduce mediation for disputes; and • introduce a new legal right for children and young people with an EHC plan to express a preference for state academies, free schools and further education (FE) colleges - currently limited to maintained mainstream and special schools. As the changes bed in during the course of the 2015-16 Financial Year, the Government expects that local authorities will continue to engage with parents to ensure they effectively participate in implementing the SEN and disability reforms in local areas, and have access to information and advice at a national level to support and complement information, advice and support services provided by local authorities, and other voluntary, private and community sector organisations. For this contract, the Department for Education is seeking to procure services aimed at improving parent participation in the SEN and disability reforms. The Department for Education is therefore seeking tenders from single organisations or consortia to: • provide support to up to 152 Parent Carer Forums, and administer and quality assure a grant for Forums (separately funded to this contract) • where a Forum does not exist in a particular area, promote and encourage parent participation with the aim of establishing a Forum • support the National Network of Parent Carer Forums; and • offer a free, national helpline to parents and provide support through email and websites. The successful supplier will need a detailed understanding of the processes and systems affecting disabled children and young people, and those with SEN, and their parents and carers across education (both pre and post-16), social care and health, in the context of local organisational change. Estimated value: The proposed budget will be up to £1.5m over the one year period. Length of contract: One year with the possibility of an extension for up to two years.

Strategic Reform Partner for the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) reforms

Department for Education | Published November 12, 2014  -  Deadline December 5, 2014
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On 1 September, the Children and Families Act 2014 became law, offering simpler, improved and more consistent help for children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities. As well as extending provision from birth to 25 years of age, the new system will: • replace SEN statements and learning disability assessments with a new birth-to-25 education, health and care plan - setting out in one place all the support families will receive; • require better co-operation between councils and health services to make sure services for children and young people with SEN and disabilities are jointly planned and commissioned; • give parents and young people with education, health and care plans the offer of a personal budget - putting families firmly in charge; • require councils to publish a ‘local offer’ showing the support available in the area to all children and young people who have disabilities or SEN; • introduce mediation for disputes; and • introduce a new legal right for children and young people with an education, health and care plan to express a preference for state academies, free schools and further education (FE) colleges - currently limited to maintained mainstream and special schools. As the changes bed in during the course of the 2015-16 Financial Year, the Government expects that there will be an ongoing need for a Strategic Reform Partner to support culture change in Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) organisations and provide expert advice and feedback to the Department for Education. The Department for Education is therefore seeking tenders from single organisations or consortia for the following activities: Expertise • Providing a channel between government and those involved in delivering the SEN and disability reforms, for provision of expert views and evidence on key elements of the SEN and disability reforms and related issues Quality assurance and cultural change • Working with the Department on measures of ‘what good looks like’ – including the development of quality assurance tools and resources • Collecting and promoting resources and case studies for a range of audiences Communications • Supporting the SEN and disabled children and young people's sector to develop new and sustainable approaches to adapt to the reforms • Operation and maintenance of a central website for communications about the reforms Feedback from the sector • Collecting and channelling feedback from parent carers, children and young people and the Voluntary and Community Sector about how the reforms are being delivered, including any quality issues Engagement of young people • Further development of a young people’s advisory group, to inform Ministers and the SEN and disability sector, including: o quarterly meetings; o maintenance of a website, Facebook page and Twitter feed o media work, e.g. production of case studies and interviews; o attending events and meetings to raise awareness of the group’s work o providing examples of what good participation looks like. European Agency work • Regular attendance at international SEN and disability events: presentation of the English perspective and collection and dissemination of emerging practice in support of children and young people with SEN and disability elsewhere in Europe Working collaboratively • Collaborative working with other contract and grant holders funded to support implementation of the SEN and disability reforms – particularly those providing delivery support to local authorities, educational institutions and those working with young offenders with SEN and disabilities. The successful supplier will need a detailed understanding of the SEN and disability sector; the reforms to SEN and disability services and support that are outlined in the Children and Families Act 2014, and the revised SEN Code of Practice. Estimated value: The proposed budget will be up to £350,000 over the one year period Length of contract: One year with the possibility of an extension for one year

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Mediation and Dispute Resolution Services

Norfolk County Council | Published February 5, 2016
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Norfolk County Council wishes to procure a provider of a holistic Mediation and Dispute Resolution Service for children and young people aged 0 to 25 year in Norfolk with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The Service will commence November 2016. It is the intention that Norfolk County Council will collaborate with Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in Norfolk to commission a single organisation to provide an independent and impartial Mediation and Dispute Resolution services for: • Children and Young People with education, health and care needs • Parents and those with parental responsibility for children and young people with special education needs and /or disabilities • Norfolk County Council and • Health organisations The Children and Families Act 2014 requires Mediation and Dispute Resolution services to be put in place by Local Authorities. Health Commissioners also have a duty to provide and take part in Mediation as identified in the Children and Families Act 2014 and Children’s and Young People’s Continuing Care National Framework 2016. The Service will need to have an understanding of the applicable Legislation, the SEND Code of Practice, National Frameworks and Guidance and Norfolk’s Local Offer (Policies, Practices and Procedures).

Delivery support to local authorities for the implementation of the Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Disability Reforms

Department for Education | Published November 12, 2014  -  Deadline December 5, 2014
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85000000, 80000000

The Department for Education is seeking to procure support services to local authorities to enable them to successfully implement the SEN and disability reforms. Single organisations or consortia are invited to submit tenders to provide the following services: • coordinating regional local authority (LA) champions and providing support for their work providing peer support • providing a support and challenge function through the provision of an SEN and disability adviser service • providing specialist advice and support to LAs and their partners including: o cross-cutting support on all main aspects of the SEN and disability reforms, including the local offer, co-ordinated assessment and EHC plans, focusing on outcomes, personal budgets, joint commissioning, preparation for adulthood and participation of children, young people and parents o training on keyworking approaches o support to local information, advice and support services through training, regional networking and sharing good practice o support for the preparation for adulthood strand of the reforms to include brokering relationships with Further Education (FE) colleges, provision of resources on preparation for adulthood, and promotion of supported internships. • Delivering a pilot training and development programme aimed at senior SEN and disability managers in local authorities. The successful supplier will need a detailed understanding of the processes and systems affecting disabled children and young people, and those with SEN across education (both pre- and post-16), social care and health, in the context of local organisational change. We would expect the successful bidder to demonstrate how they would provide and work with the right blend of professional expertise and practical support. Estimated value: The proposed budget will be up to £1.88 million over the one year period. Length of contract: One year with the possibility of an extension for one year.

Local Authority Children’s Services Adviser

Department for Education | Published November 7, 2014  -  Deadline November 19, 2014
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The Department for Education is now using the National College for Teaching and Leadership’s e-procurement system, REDIMO, for contracting with professionals who provide education, early years and children’s support services. Contracts are awarded following an electronic competitive tendering process. Registration allows organisations to gain membership to the Operational Associates (OA) Framework and e-tender for procurement opportunities with the National College and Department. The Department may potentially be looking to procure support/Advisers for a number of local authorities who have failing children’s services through REDIMO.

Lead Special Educational Needs and Disability Professional Adviser

Department for Education | Published November 13, 2014  -  Deadline December 3, 2014
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80340000

For this contract, the Department for Education is seeking tenders from organisations that can provide an individual, lead professional SEND adviser who has: a thorough understanding of special educational needs and disability legislation and its operation; experience of local authority practice in implementing their duties under the legislation; knowledge of how implementation affects early years, schools colleges, health services and social care services; and experience of good practice in provision for pupils with SEND, including teaching and learning. The lead SEND professional adviser will be expected ,in conjunction with the contract manager, to lead a team of SEND advisers procured as part of a separate delivery support contract. They will work with local authorities, health partners, early years settings, schools, colleges and other delivery partners to: • Support implementation of the Government’s reform programme as set out in part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 • Support implementation of wider Departmental policies and programmes locally as they affect children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, for example free schools and high needs funding. This role will require the individual supplied by the successful bidder to: lead a team of SEND advisers work with local authorities providing a challenge and monitoring role, providing support on particular aspects of the reforms such as EHC plans, personal budgets, mediation and disagreements, the local offer and joint commissioning, and facilitating and brokering support for example through the Department’s contracted delivery partners. A proportionate approach, will need to be taken with the individual spending most time with those LAs making slower progress in implementing the SEN and disability reforms, or where there are particular concerns about quality. Estimated value: The proposed budget will be up to £112,000 over the one year period. Length of contract: One year with the possibility of an extension for one year.

Provision of tutors for clinical training courses

EAST OF ENGLAND AMBULANCE SERVICE NHS TRUST | Published January 8, 2016  -  Deadline February 12, 2016
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The East of England Ambulance NHS Trust (EEAST) is looking to purchase teaching provision to supplement its internal training and education team for the delivery of Student Paramedic Courses (IHCD), Emergency Care Assistant (ECA) to Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and other associated training courses within the student to Paramedic pathway.

PURCON637 Internal Audit 2015

University of East Anglia | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline March 27, 2016
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79212200

The University of East Anglia (UEA) requires a service provider to supply an internal audit service in compliance with the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (HEFCE) Audit Code of Practice (circular 2004/27) and to conduct an independent appraisal of UEA’s activities (excluding audit of academic provision), its financial systems and management controls

0361 PGCE Masters Credits Programme

ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL | Published January 20, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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Essex Teacher Training is seeking to commission a HE partner to deliver and quality assure a Post Graduate programme to include a PGCE during the ITT training year, possibly with 30 additional Level 7 credits and a clear progression route during the NQT and RQT years, with the option to complete a full Masters in Education.

CA2938 - Darlington College-Wireless Network Tender

Tenet Education Services Ltd | Published May 21, 2015  -  Deadline June 23, 2015
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Lynx Networks plc
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Tenet Education Services on behalf of Darlington College is inviting tenders for the Supply and Installation of a replacement Wireless Network. - To access this competition: login to https://suppliers.multiquote.com and view the opportunity CA2938. Not registered on MultiQuote - visit https://suppliers.multiquote.com then register and quote CA2938 as the reason for registration. Any queries please contact MultiQuote on 0151 482 9230.