Welcome to Education Central
This site is designed to be:
- an important source of information to support school improvement
- an effective and easy means of booking courses and conferences
Education Central evolved from the Black Country Children's Services Improvement Partnership in 2011 into a not for profit organisation under the umbrella of University of Wolverhampton Social Enterprises Ltd. Its commitment to high quality services remains central to all it undertakes with the aim of raising achievements and aspirations of children and young people in the West Midlands.
Having worked as a successful partnership now for a decade, Education Central has an excellent track record of delivering high quality projects and services to schools. Education Central has also built a network of quality assured, accredited, individual associates and education organisations to provide capacity and bespoke support for individual schools, groups of schools and partner organisations.
School Improvement Solutions available
Arts Connect West Midlands
Arts Connect West Midlands is about creating the climate, connections and capacity to ensure that all children and young people in our region have a rich arts and cultural offer, know how they can access it and how it can enhance and enrich their lives.
We are one of 10 Bridge Delivery Organisations, funded by Arts Council England to use our experience in the sector to connect children and young people, schools and communities with art and culture. This means connecting schools and communities with National Portfolio organisations and others in the creative and cultural sector, including museums and libraries.
Creative Solutions draws from a wealth of expertise and resources to offer schools the highest quality education practice, professional development services and consultancy support.
For further information, please visit www.artsconnectwm.co.uk
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Gifted & Talented
Education Central Headteacher briefing: The New Curriculum - assessmentFriday 3rd Oct 14
West Bromwich Albion Football Stadium
Following the success of our April briefing, we would like to invite you to a second Headteacher briefing, this time focusing on assessment within the New Curriculum. Tim Oates, former chair of the expert panel, will deliver a keynote on why levels have been removed and his views on best practice in assessment.
Discover more about this event