The National Schools Partnership is a unique network of teachers, education experts and leaders, who help create all initiatives with youth engagement agency, We are Futures.
The National Schools Partnership
Established 14 years ago, The National Schools Partnership is a unique network of teachers and education experts, run by the youth engagement agency, We are Futures. In conjunction with educators, industry experts and associates, We are Futures develops free, innovative teaching resources to engage young people, their educational establishments and their families. Join the community in three easy steps to gain access to these great initiatives.
What do I get by signing up?
By becoming part of The National Schools Partnership community, you gain access to innovative learning resources and experiences covering topics such as STEM, financial literacy and PSHE. You also get the opportunity to receive free samples, digital and physical packs (including infographics, digital activities and games), enter great competitions and win fantastic prizes. All initiatives combine We are Futures’ unique understanding of the education sector and creativity, and the unique opportunities provided by brands, organisations and charities, with the expertise of educators to help inspire young people, as well as to deliver curriculum objectives and the aims of wider education and government agendas.
Why should I sign up?
Joining The National Schools Partnership enables you to access a host of incredible inspirational learning initiatives in one place, saving you time and effort. Many 1000s of educators are already benefitting and seeing tangible impacts; with 1.5 million young people and teachers being inspired through the power of film via the Into Film Festival, 4,500 volunteers from RBS branches visiting schools to help teachers deliver the MoneySense programme, and 82,000 young people developing their employment skills via Sky Academy Studios.
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