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New Schools Network (NSN) is a dynamic, growing charity that aims to improve the quality of education – particularly for the most deprived – by increasing the number of good free schools within the state sector. By offering advice, guidance and support, the charity has been instrumental in helping hundreds of groups of parents, teachers, charities and schools to establish new schools. In recent years, NSN has expanded its activities to support the 800 or so free schools that are open or have been approved to open. NSN’s Delivery Team supports open and approved schools through a combination of grant-funded programmes and paid-for services. Our Delivery Programme has been designed to address the challenges of the rigorous pre-opening process. While approved free school groups typically possess a wealth of relevant skills and expertise, very few have direct experience of the free schools process specifically. Our Delivery Programme has been designed to fill gaps in capacity and capability to prepare schools for a successful opening. Our exclusive programme of advice, support and project management has been developed to comply with DfE/ESFA guidance and focuses on the areas that our experience shows will provide free schools with the most value in pre-opening. NSN has also supported open free schools since 2011 by providing advice, training and networking opportunities. Collectively, NSN’s Advisers and Associates have worked on over 500 free school projects to date – ranging from supporting groups in the pre-opening phase, to setting up and working in free schools.

5pm, 30th June 2019. Early applications are strongly encouraged.

New Schools Network (NSN) is a dynamic, growing charity that aims to improve the quality of education – particularly for the most deprived – by increasing the number of good free schools within the state sector. By offering advice, guidance and support, the charity has been instrumental in helping hundreds of groups of parents, teachers, charities and schools to establish new schools. In recent years, NSN has expanded its activities to support the 800 or so free schools that are open or have been approved to open.

Full-time with flexible, part-time options available for the right candidate.

New Schools Network (NSN) is looking for a specialist education consultant who has significant experience of special education. NSN is a dynamic, growing charity that aims to improve the quality of education particularly for the most deprived by increasing the number of good free schools within the state sector. By offering advice, guidance and support, the charity has been instrumental in helping hundreds of groups of parents, teachers, charities and schools to establish new schools.