Teachers Information

NCS is an easy programme for your school to get involved in, with many added benefits.

No work or cost for you

There will be no extra work load or financial cost attached. NCS is fully delivered by a network of professionals, who have all been subjected to enhanced DBS checks.

No disruption to timetable

NCS takes place outside of school time, during holidays and weekends, meaning it will not disrupt your timetable.

Puts you on the community’s map

Through NCS, your students will engage the local community, providing you with great PR opportunities by shining a light on all the great things young people from your educational establishment do to make a difference in the local area.

Citizenship lessons

NCS can be part of the school’s plan to achieve or maintain outstanding status by contributing to their citizenship goals and local community engagement. In partnership with the Association for Citizenship Teaching (ACT), you can download materials for Key Stages 3 and 4, as well as a range of tools to help enthuse students and raise awareness of ways the can make a difference in their communities through activities that can be linked to GCSE Citizenship Studies and the National Curriculum.

Practical skills for employment and life

NCS can give your students the edge in today’s competitive job market, giving them the leadership, team building and problem solving skills employers look for on CVs.

It’s inclusive

NCS is open to all 15-17 year olds regardless of learning or physical abilities.

A positive framework

NCS gives your students a differentiator on their UCAS personal statement and their CV. NCS give students a positive framework to showcase their own skills at interviews.

Evidence for Ofsted

NCS can provide you with evidence for the following areas:

  • The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of students
  • Helping pupils to prepare for life in modern democratic Britain and a global society
  • Promoting the confidence and engagement of parents and working in partnership with other schools, external agencies and the community, including business
  • Increasing the range and quality of learning opportunities for pupils
  • Supporting the curriculum in promoting high levels of achievement, good behaviour and successful progression to the pupils’ next stage of education, training or employment
Contact Us

Phone: 0113 367 6307
Fax: 0113 367 6059
Email: thefoundation@leedsunited.com

Elland Road, Leeds, LS11 0ES

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