Partner organisations

See who we work with to support our schools programmes

Our partners are at the forefront of giving support to IT education. Here is an overview of the organisations we currently work with.

AQA/City & Guilds

AQA and City & Guilds offer a blend of GSCEs, A-levels and vocational learning. Their Diplomas are designed to fast-track students into the working world.
See the Diplomas website


Edexcel is the UK’s largest awarding body, providing academic and vocational qualifications and testing. It uses innovations like on-screen marking and administration to modernise assessment and support teachers and learners.
See the Edexcel website


The IET is one of the world’s leading professional societies for the engineering and technology community. It provides a global knowledge network to facilitate the exchange of ideas and promote the positive role of science, engineering and technology.
See the IET website


This is a professional association for people involved in advancing education through the use of ICT in the private and public sectors.
See the Naace website

Nominet Trust

Nominet is a UK-registered charity that supports organisations and projects working to increase access to the internet, online safety and education.
See the Nominet Trust website


OCR is a leading UK awarding body. It creates qualifications for learners of all ages in school, college, work or part-time learning programmes.
See the OCR website

Open University

The Open University is a world leader in distance learning. Its teaching and learning methods enable people to achieve their goals by studying at times and places that suit them. The e-skills Professional Programme is delivered by the Open University.
See the Open University website


This organisation creates opportunities to inspire young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Visit the STEM website


TES Connect is the central focus for the UK teaching community, encouraging the sharing of ideas, thoughts and views outside the staffroom. It enables teachers to network, share resources, and search for jobs.
Join TES Connect now

The Parliamentary Internet, Communications and Technology Forum (PICTFOR)

Founded to provide a bridge between Parliament and the IT industry, PITCOM is an associate Parliamentary Group. It addresses public policy issues generated by ICT and their application across the public and private sectors.
See the PICTFOR website

The Royal Society

The Royal Society is a fellowship of the world's most eminent scientists who represent all areas of science, engineering and medicine. It is carrying out research into computing at schools.
See the Royal Society website

The Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT)

This independent, non-profit membership organisation is dedicated to raising levels of achievement in secondary education.  
See the SSAT website

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