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JANUARY 2018: Lee Bell appeared on BBC5Live on Thursday 18th January 2018 to join the national debate on education and alternative provision. Lee set out what he sees as some of the challenges facing the education sector in order to continue investing in and supporting many of the most disadvantaged children who struggle to engage with mainstream education. Lee spoke about the fantastic workforce in this sector and how the use of technology and innovative approaches to delivery such as Edlounge can help young people to get access to the learning they need.  He spoke about the importance of recognising that some young people need something different from what they have experienced to date and how technology can help deliver this. Working in partnership with schools and alternative providers is key to providing the education this cohort of children and young people need. Lee will be at the Bett conference at ExCel from 24-27 January 2018 and will be available to talk to you about how Edlounge can play its part as a solution to ensure we continue to include young people who feel marginalised by their educational experience to date. Alternatively, call Edlounge and speak to Lee and find out more about Edlounge for your students. 

SEPTEMBER 2017: We are proud to be working in partnership with Oxford University Press.

AUGUST 2017: Approved NOCN centre for functional skills

AUGUST 2017: OCN NI (Northern Ireland): Approved centre for essential skills and functional skills

MAY 2017: We recently became ROTO (Register of Training Organisations) accredited  and ROATP (Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers ) Accredited  which allows us to offer 

  • adult qualifications
  • apprenticeships
  • traineeship 
  • back to work programme


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