4Children works with government, local authorities, children’s service providers, and children and parents to ensure joined up support for all children and young people aged 0-19 in their local community.
Ambitious about Autism is one of the UK’s leading autism campaign organisations. We work to improve the services available for children and young people with autism and increase awareness and understanding of the condition. We’re also committed to influencing policy to ensure it meets the needs of people with autism.
Association of Professionals in Education and Children’s Trusts
ASPECT is the professional association and trade union representing 4,000 professionals working in children’s services. These professionals play a vital role in shaping and influencing the lives of millions of children and young people.
Now in its 40th year, CLPE is passionate about raising children’s literacy and learning achievement. Our innovative classroom-based research and development strengthens our support for your school or setting.
CREC specialises in early childhood research which has relevant and meaningful outcomes for practice and policy. Some of its research is transformed into training and development programmes designed for the specific needs of the early years sector.
The Childminding Café is a new website created by a former Ofsted registered and Outstanding graded childminder, it helps childminders to manage their business with downloadable resources, coaching and business inspiration. There is a small annual membership fee, however non-members can access free resources and newsletters.
We are a leading membership organisation for the children, young people and families voluntary sector. Our mission is to create a fairer world for children, young people and families by championing the voluntary organisations which work on their behalf.
CRAE protects the human rights of children by lobbying government and others who hold power, by bringing or supporting test cases and by using regional and international human rights mechanisms. We provide free legal information and advice, raise awareness of children’s human rights, and undertake research about children’s access to their rights.
The Communication Trust is a coalition of nearly 50 voluntary and community organisations with expertise in speech, language and communication. We harness our collective expertise to support the children’s workforce and commissioners to meet the speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) of all children and young people, particularly those with SLCN.
Contact a Family’s mission and purpose is to remove the barriers imposed by society which prevent families with disabled children achieving their full potential, and to empower these families to live the lives they want to lead.
ContinYou is one of the UK’s leading community learning organisations. We believe in the power of learning as a means of achieving social justice. Learning can transform everyone’s life chances, their outlook and their health.
The Directorate aims to ensure Ministry of Defence processes exist to provide support and safeguarding of all Service children and young people living in the UK and overseas, in line with current legislation; influence Government, National and Local Authorities, and Schools in order to achieve desired outcomes outlined in the Children’s Act 2004.
Early Education promotes the right of all children to education of the highest quality; providing support, advice and information on best practice for everyone concerned with the education and care of young children from birth to eight.
Earlyarts is the national network supporting professionals to nurture the amazing creative potential of all young children. Earlyarts Membership is free for online resources, or for a small annual fee, members can benefit personally and professionally from 1-2-1 expert support through training, master classes and leadership coaching.
The Family and Parenting Institute listens and talks to members of all types of families, allowing the organisation to promote the conditions which enable families and children to thrive. Their research, consultancy services and practical support is used to advise policy makers, public services and businesses.
The Fatherhood Institute aims to change work so fathers can be more available for their children, change education so that boys are better prepared for caring roles and to change support for families so that the father’s role is better recognised and supported.
Grandparents Plus is the national charity which champions the vital role of grandparents and the wider family in children’s lives – especially when they take on the caring role in difficult family circumstances.
Little Signers Club provides in depth training for Early Years practitioners to include signing at their settings. Signing is a simple but effective way to develop speech and language outcomes for little ones of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Signing babies often become more confident communicators, with accelerated language acquisition, at a younger age.
A childcare charity and social enterprise whose ambition is to build a better future for London’s children, families and local communities through a commitment to excellence in Early Years education, training and research.
London Play aims for every child in London to have high quality, accessible and inclusive play opportunities. The organisation campaigns for more and improved play spaces and services, and supports playwork in the capital.
NCMA is a professional membership organisation which aims to ensure families in every community in England and Wales have access to high quality home-based childcare, play, learning and family support.
The National College for School Leadership works to develop and inspire great leaders of schools, early years settings and children’s services so that they can make a positive difference to children’s lives.
The National Education Trust is a leading education think and do tank which uses its extensive national and international experience to bring about improvements for learners, from the early years onwards
The parenting website for all single parents. Offering a lively online community supported by experience single parenting specialists. Information on parenting alone, life after separation, health and wellbeing, work and training and much more. Confidential 1-2-1 email advice service regarding any CSA, debt or benefit issues and a full database of low cost local events and support organisations all relevant to single parents.
Based within one of the country’s largest Children’s Centres, Pen Green provides a unique education and research facility for professional training and higher education courses for everyone involved in early years.
SkillsActive’s role is to create a framework of qualifications, training and continuous professional development based on industry requirements and standards. We ensure that employers can access the right qualifications, based on those national standards that have been designed by employers, ensuring their workforce is appropriately trained and qualified.
The British Kodály Academy is a registered charity working to promote the advancement of British music education, following the teachings of the composer and educator Zoltán Kodály. Kodály’s insights into musical education gave rise to a new approach to musical training from pre-school to diploma level, through singing and practical activity.