SDSA to Showcase Schools’ Support Services at The Academies Show



The School Development Support Agency, (SDSA), is set to showcase its unique brand of schools’ support services at The Academies Show, NEC, Birmingham, on the 23 November 2016.

Following a successful appearance at the National Conference on School Improvement, the Leicester-based venture, founded in October 2000, will present its flagship School Improvement Exchange (SIE) initiative and suite of services, to senior decision-makers and Governing bodies from across the UK.

Over the past 16 years, the SDSA has cemented its reputation as a low-cost, high-value, “leader of partnerships and projects that improve outcomes for children and young people.” As such, the not-for-profit company continues to develop its acclaimed support services in response to the changing education landscape.

In line with ambitions to widen the reach of SIE and extend the SDSA brand, the team has purchased their exhibition stand from UK-leading events experts, Quadrant2Design, “Home of the Prestige Events System”.

The growth of Multi-Academy Trusts and the evolution of the roles of Teaching School Alliances, herald the prospect of an exciting 2017 for the SDSA, with their services becoming more relevant than ever. In addition to the growing School Improvement Exchange, the SDSA is delighted to be playing a support partner role for the Teaching Schools in the East Midlands and Eastern regions, as well as providing direct school support services to a range of educational organisations.

For further information about the School Development Support Agency, kindly contact Ellen Lee on 0116 299 5942, via email, or visit the website: 

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