A Guide to Copyright Licensing in Schools
Offers resources to help identify school activities that may need to be covered by a licence, with details of copyright organisations and an explanatory leaflet to download.
Aid Workers Network
A space for aid workers to ask questions, discuss topics of interest, and share information, learning and research.
Anti Academies Alliance
Campaigns against the government's programme to release schools from local authority management to be run by private sponsors; includes background materials, news and resources, and contacts.
Campaigns against boarding schools, especially for children under 13, and offers advice and support to adults affected by their experiences. Includes FAQ and information for therapists.
Boarding School Survivors
Offering advice, workshops and counselling for adults adversely affected by their boarding school experiences. Includes an event diary and extracts from the book "The Making of Them" by Nick Duffell.
Campaign for Real Education
Aims for greater parental choice and higher standards in education. Includes articles in support of grammar schools, plus newsletters and donation form.
Campaign for State Education
Promotes comprehensive state education and campaigns against independent and faith schools. Includes news, briefings and campaign resources.
Campaign for the Public University
A group of university teachers, graduate students, and others seeking to promote the idea of the university as a public good. Includes a blog, news, actions, and campaign resources.
Campaigns for a fair school admissions policy and an end to selection for aptitude and ability, whether at the eleven plus stage or by other means. Includes publications, newsletters and school admissions FAQ.
Education Support Partnership
The UK's only charity providing mental health and wellbeing support services to all education staff and organisations.
The Free University of Liverpool
Created as a protest against tuition fees, and campaigning for genuine reform in education; includes background, contacts, news, and details of their foundation courses and Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Praxis.
Campaigns for children to be taught classics in UK schools.
Professor of education policy at Newcastle University, best known for his work on low cost private education; includes a profile, information about his writings and projects, blog and contacts.
Local Schools Network
Provides commentary and resources for those wanting to support their local school; takes a stance against free schools and the coalition government's education reforms.
Mindfulness In Schools
Non profit organisation which aims to encourage and support the teaching of secular mindfulness in schools.
National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts
A group of activists from universities, colleges and schools formed to co-ordinate action against tuition fees and education funding cuts. Includes news, events, campaign materials, and links to local branches.
Save Our Early Years
Campaigning for the Government to reverse its decision that all Level 3 Early Years Educators (EYEs) must have at least a Grade C in GCSE English and maths to count in the ratios - with no equitable alternative at Level 2 such as Functional Skills allowed.
School Appeal Guide
A barrister specialising in appeal hearings for school admission hearings, exclusion appeals, special needs tribunals and other education related work; includes details of his services, prices, training, and contacts.
The Sutton Trust
Works to promote social mobility through education, through funding access projects, research and policy work, and a number of pilot initiatives. Includes details of their projects, publications and reports, news and contacts.
Collaboration between leading non-profit organisations in education that share a common set of beliefs about what constitutes a well-rounded education, and how education should be improved in this country.