The UK's Most Innovative Education Services Business
Our Mission is to deliver improved life chances and outcomes for children and young people through the most innovative education service in the UK.
Awarded ‘Education Partnership of the Year’ in 2013 by Education Investor, judges described the organisation as “quite simply the most innovative school improvement service in the UK”
Babcock creates regional centres of excellence through our National Education Partnership to enable learners, teachers and communities to fulfil their potential through world-class education.
With over 600 education experts, we provide the breadth, depth and quality of consultancy, training and management services to cover every aspect of establishing and running a school and providing excellent teaching. We deliver measurable improvements including educational, economic, employment, skills and financial outcomes.
We work with more than 700 schools and academies through long term partnerships in over 50 Local Authorities. We also work with extended services, colleges, settings, government departments and agencies and businesses.
, our South East
joint venture with Surrey County Council, has delivered multi million pound savings improved education outcomes, created hundreds of jobs and contributed funding and support for community projects linked to education through the Surrey Educational Trust
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, our South West learning development partnership with Devon County Council provides high quality school support and school improvement services and support for community projects linked to education through the Devon Education Fund.
- Department for Education
- Surrey County Council
- Devon County Council
- Kent County Council
- London Borough of Greenwich
- London Borough of Hackney
- London Borough of Lewisham
- Reading Borough Council
- Wakefield Council
- Skills Funding Agency
- major employers and small businesses across the UK
►Best supplier to the education sector
Awarded by Education Investor Publishing
►Best use of ICT
Awarded by the British Council for School Environments
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