You to can help support the Ability Project by:
UK Education and EmploymentBritish Educational Communications and Technology Agency - BECTA is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) with a remit to ensure that technology supports the DfEE's drive to raise educational standards. Site includes an on-line bookstore.
DfEE Parents' Site - Government site giving information about education in the UK. Covers curriculum, admissions, bullying, homework, choosing a school (including a school website search), performance tables, and Ofsted reports.
The DfEE Web Site - The UK government's Department for Education and Employment.
Early Years NTO - The Early Years National Training Organisation is a strategic body that represents everyone, including paid staff and volunteers, who works in the UK with children between the ages of 0 - 8. Responsible for training strategy for the UK Early Years Sector and, while it does not itself provide training, it advises on all issues of training and qualifications.
EASEA Project - This is project is piloting a web-based delivery system for getting DfEE documents to school or Local Education Authority staff.
Employment Appeals Tribunal - The Superior Court of Record dealing with appeals from the decisions of the Employment Tribunals and Certification Officer.
The Employment Service - Included on the ES web site are a small selection of job adverts and details on the location of the UK's job centres.
General Teaching Council - Site providing details on the Register of Teachers. It includes a questionnaire which forms part of the current GTC consultation exercise.
NGFL - The National Grid for Learning site brings together a collection of resources to help raise standards in education and to support lifelong learning.
The Office for Standards in Education - OFSTED is the Office of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England. The site includes a searchable database of OFSTED reports which can then be downloaded.
Student Loans Company Ltd - Provides details of the Student Loans system which is part of the Government's financial support package for students.
Teacher Training Agency - The TTA site provides details on becoming a teacher as well as advice for those who are newly qualified. It also has pages devoted to a number of teaching subjects including IT and Special Needs.