Northern Ireland

Six children are jumping in the air with their arms and legs wide. They all have happy expressions on their faces.

In the last year… 

  • Over 18,000 hours of leadership development and learning were delivered in Northern Ireland. 

In Northern Ireland, our programme offer includes trusted qualifications that are regulated by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA).  

Engaging with our leadership programmes can help centres to meet their objectives, whether that’s schools working towards ‘Every School a Good School’ standards, or community groups encouraging the uptake of volunteering opportunities. 

The children have begun to understand the importance of empathy, self-belief and resilience. Group work is an area my class had previously struggled with, but using the award helped them to understand their roles, how to communicate effectively and how to solve problems as a team.

Warrender Primary School
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We aim to support as many learners as possible, and welcome enquiries on how centres can give access to everyone, including learners with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). All of our programmes can be delivered in a range of environments, and requirements for evidence of learning and assessments can be adapted to meet the needs of your learners.  

Looking for a whole-school approach to leadership?

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