PSHE/Healthy Schools Co-Ordinator on our 'When I was 11' resources
National Schools Partnership (NSP) develops innovative educational resources for you and your school. All teachers and schools are eligible to register for free resources. It is completely free and very simple to join. Over 25,000 schools have already benefited from our resources.
We care very much about our work and the relationships we have with the businesses, charities and government bodies that fund the projects we deliver. I hope that you will register with us and benefit from the programmes and resources we can provide.
CEO, National Schools Partnership
|Q||What is National Schools Partnership?|
|A||National Schools Partnership works to encourage and support businesses and other organisations to establish programmes that benefit schools. Our school programmes and resources help teachers and school leaders to deliver curriculum objectives as well as the aims of wider education and government agendas. In putting together teaching resources or materials to send out to schools we liaise closely with education professionals to ensure that they are in line with current educational requirements. Teachers registered with us have priority over any new resources. All our work is guided by our School Rules; a code of conduct that ensures we tread the right path.
|Q||Who established the National Schools Partnership?|
|A||National Schools Partnership was established in 2004 by a team of professional parents with strong ties to schools and business marketing communities. The Chief Executive has worked closely with schools and education professionals for more than a decade as well as leading two successful businesses. He is closely supported by an excellent team of experienced educational professionals, commercial staff and consultants. In that time over 25,000 schools have benefited from programmes and resources established in conjunction with companies such as Garnier Ambre Solaire, M&S, Disney, Arla and Innocent.
|Q||Once I have registered - what will happen?|
|A||When we are recruiting schools for a new initiative, we will email you at the address you have given. If you want to take part, all you have to do is reply to the email. The resources are offered on a first come first served basis.
|Q||Will I always receive the resources if I email you to say that I want to take part?|
|A||There are usually a limited number of resources available, which are available on a first come first served basis. However the teaching resources (lesson plans and classroom activities) are always available on our web site for you to download, should you be unlucky.
|Q||Do I have to pay for any of the teaching resources?|
|A||No. The resources we offer are all offered free of charge. This includes all post and packaging as well.
|Q||What if I don't want to participate in a particular initiative?|
|A||If we contact you about a forthcoming initiative and you don't want to take part - you do nothing - just delete the email!
|Q||What if I decide I don't want to be contacted by you about future campaigns?|
|A||Just email us or click unsubscribe on the email and we will not email you again.
|Q||I would like to help NSP in the future, with putting together ideas for initiatives or actually drafting resources.|
|A||This work is of course all fully paid. All you need to do is register with us via the Work with Us page and then when we need to we will email you to see whether you are interested.
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