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Education Central - School Improvement Solutions - AVAILABLE TO BOOK NOW

Education Central is a school improvement organisation based in the Institute of  Education at the University of Wolverhampton. Over many years we have developed strong relationships with schools, academies, trusts and local authorities – providing a range of school improvement services. 


Our offer broadly covers 3 areas:

  • Provision of bespoke school improvement support through our core staff, Institute of Education personnel and our wide range of consultants and partner schools
  • High quality courses and briefings. All of our courses can be used as a stimulus for further academic study for those teachers who are interested. 
  • Recruitment of supply staff, academic coaches, associates and NQTs to support schools.

Our offer booklet provides details of some of the courses and services on offer for the 2016-17 academic year. Most of these courses can also be offered in your school. Further details of our full offer are available on our website or by contacting us on 01902 518981.  One of the team will be very happy to talk to you to try and meet your needs.



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Education Central Spring Term SIP - 2017 - Click here to download

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