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Services, Projects & Products to Support Early Years Education

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Our Valued Exhibition Partners

Suffolk Family Carers

Suffolk Family Carers are an established charity who provide support to family carers of all ages, including young carers and sibling carers. We work closely with health, social care, mental health and education professionals to raise awareness of the invaluable support family carers are providing and to encourage identification. The charity offers emotional support, information and advice, respite, advocacy and lots more to ensure family carers are visible, valued, supported and connected.

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Solve Education

Solve Education provides NCETM accredited maths INSET and guidance to schools and early years settings nationally. Their supportive yet challenging outlook is based on research and proven pedagogy found in top-performing countries. We also provide support packages based on the individual needs of each school. These cost-effective solutions include focused support for SLT as well as inspiring INSET for staff.

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Unity Teaching School Hub

Unity Research School and Ipswich Associate Research School provide a team of experienced educationalists, passionate about education research and evidence-informed strategies. Our aim is to support an evidence-based profession that sees leaders and teachers empowered by utilising best bets from evidence and to creation of a vibrant and connected community of research informed educators. As part of the national EEF Research Schools Network our work offers schools the opportunity to engage with valuable resource, training and practices originating from the EEF (Education Endowment Foundation).

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Kidslingo

Fun Spanish/French classes for kids age 0-11 years. Learn through songs, rhymes, role plays, actions, stories and, above all, lots and lots of fun. Classes available for schools (clubs & curriculum teaching), nurseries, private homes as well as in venues and online. All classes fully support the EYFS and KS1 and KS2 curriculum, with a focus on fun and engagement. Email [email protected] for details

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Suffolk New College

Suffolk New College (SNC) is based in Suffolk with campuses in Ipswich, ‘On the Coast,’ at Leiston (which was opened in September 2018) and the Rural Campus at Otley, acquired following the dissolution of Easton and Otley College at the end of 2019. In addition, Suffolk New College has assumed responsibility for the Skills Centre in Halesworth, where provision commenced in September 2020. Suffolk New College has close links with the University of Suffolk as the Ipswich Campus is situated in what is known as the ‘Education Quarter’ of Ipswich and is close to the regenerated waterfront. In the last academic year (2020/21), there were 3041 16 – 18 year-old students, 977 19+ students, 961 apprenticeships and 94 Higher Education students. Most students aged 16 to 18 are from the local and surrounding rural areas.

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Wild Play

Wild Play Ltd is a local education, health & wellness company that specialises in promoting the benefits of the great outdoors. With a wealth of educational experience, Heidi and Denise are supporting individuals and organisations with perinatal and pre-school challenges through face to face workshops and visits either at our woodland or at your setting. www.wildplayltd.co.uk Facebook: @Wild Play Ltd Instagram: @wild_playltd

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BT

BT It’s predicted that by 2030 a vast number of new technology jobs will be created, many that don’t even exist today. And it’s the reason behind Adastral Park playing a leading role in encouraging youngsters to study the core STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and maths. And with technology underpinning everything that we do today, the skills needed are critical to the future digital economy. This all starts at a young age with the development of Computational Thinking skills giving students access to a set of tools to improve reasoning, perseverance and problem solving which can be applied across the curriculum. Adastral Park is an exciting cluster of high-tech telecommunication and technology companies. Based in Suffolk, Adastral Park is at the heart of the UK’s digital ecosystem. It combines a national operation centre, test facilities and a global R&D unit, all set amongst a thriving community of collaborative technological innovation.

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Miraiker

Miraiker provides a wide variety of puppet workshops, all specifically tailored to the primary national curriculum. Having spent the last decade fine-tuning and developing them with feedback from teachers, they are highly successful and the perfect supplement to your school’s topic. ​​

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Unity and Ipswich Associate Research School

Unity Research School and Ipswich Associate Research School provide a team of experienced educationalists, passionate about education research and evidence-informed strategies. Our aim is to support an evidence-based profession that sees leaders and teachers empowered by utilising best bets from evidence and to creation of a vibrant and connected community of research informed educators. As part of the national EEF Research Schools Network our work offers schools the opportunity to engage with valuable resource, training and practices originating from the EEF (Education Endowment Foundation). 

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Children and Young People’s Emotional Wellbeing Hub (East and West Suffolk)

Information, advice and support for anyone concerned about the emotional wellbeing and mental health of a child or young person aged 0 to 25 years.

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ONE Sixth Form College

“An inclusive and inspirational learning centre that sits in the heart of a collaborative learning community, where all talents and achievements are equally valued.”

In the first instance our amazing building and our fantastic facilities will certainly impress you; but you will quickly discover that more importantly we are a very friendly community and that we value each individual. The college has a happy and purposeful atmosphere, and there is a real sense of partnership between students and staff.

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Elklan Training

lklan are national leaders in training education practitioners, other professionals and parents, to help children and young people develop the skills they need to succeed in life.

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Suffolk Computing Hub

We provide CPD for primary and secondary teachers to support the development of Computing skills and understanding….Because Human Skills In A Technological World Is Our Future

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SENDIAS

Suffolk SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service) is a confidential and impartialinformation, advice and support service on issues related to Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND).

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Ipswich Associate Research School

The Research School Network has a local presence in Ipswich, supported by Unity Research School. Our aim is to provide network support to a vibrant and connected community of research informed educators.

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ICEP Ipswich Cultural Education Partnership

Festival Bridge runs a local cultural educational partnership in Ipswich (LCEP). This directory of organisations is growing to reflect the current opportunities and activities schools and colleges can take up and promote to their families.

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Analysis of Additional Needs Tool (AANT)

The AANT allows colleagues from all kinds of educational settings to take part in a rapid, evidence-based, video consultation process with an educational psychologist (EP).

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Read Easy

There are lots of interesting ways to get involved in a Read Easy group and we often have vacancies, both on our local Management Team and for Reading Coaches.

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Suffolk Libraries

We’re a charity that makes life in Suffolk better for thousands of people.

We’re the independent charity that runs Suffolk’s library service. We nurture children’s literacy, support vulnerable people and promote wellbeing across Suffolk.

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Public Health Suffolk County Council

Suffolk’s Public Health team is responsible for helping people stay healthy and protecting them from threats to their health.

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Angles Maths Hub

Helping teachers across Norfolk and Suffolk support their pupils to achieve their very best.

Angles Maths Hub promotes excellence in maths teaching in Norfolk and Suffolk, and is part of the national network, backed by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics. The core purpose of Maths Hubs is to help schools and colleges lead improvement in mathematics education in England.

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Ipswich Opportunity Area

Our vision is for all young people in Ipswich to be happy, confident, ambitious and flexible lifelong learners. We want to ensure that every young person in Ipswich can fulfil their potential and access the opportunities available to them, regardless of their background.

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Let’s Talk Reading

Statistically, 1 in 6 adults in England struggle with reading and 7.6% are unable to read basic safety signs, medicine instructions, travel information and food labels.

That equates to 8,000 adults in Ipswich who basically can’t read and 20,000 who struggle with reading. This lack of skill has a very damaging effect on their wellbeing, employability, social mobility and life-expectancy.

Let’s Talk Reading intends to eradicate low literacy…

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Link Big

LinkBIG is our online learning hub and its aim is to make sure that no child or young person in our area ever gets left behind again.

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Autism & ADHD

A community where everybody understands Autism and ADHD

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