Education systems can act as an important socialisation mechanism for families from migrant backgrounds and host communities to foster mutual understanding, respect and trust. But many education systems struggle to provide the language training necessary for migrants to succeed in their new communities. Thanks to European funds we are able to learn from best practice […]
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A question NRCSE staff are often asked is ‘can the teachers be self-employed?’ It is best practice for your teachers to be either volunteers or employed […]
NRCSE is recruiting a new staff member to join our Quality Development Advice team. Do you have a passion for community-led education and an awareness of the important role of supplementary schools? […]
Why is focus on quality assurance necessary and useful?
The NRCSE Quality Mark – a developmental tool
Supporting locally-driven safe practice in supplementary schools/OOSS