EduKit Connect is a free online directory connecting schools and educators to youth organisations and the interventions and support they provide. The directory is run by EduKit, a social enterprise that is committed to improving outcomes for students and young adults, particularly those who are disadvantaged. Our 3 services are
- EduKit Connect – a free online youth intervention directory
- EduKit Insight – a freemium online wellbeing survey and intervention tracker for schools
- Schools Improvement – the UK’s leading EduKit news site
Our services have been built with feedback from the schools and providers we work with. It became clear to us that schools are increasingly focussing on the wellbeing of their students as well as the final grades, but they also were struggling to find and engage with the right support. We were also aware that providers find it difficult to make schools aware of their offer and other marketing activities are expensive taking away money that could be better used in delivering the programme.
The EduKit Connect directory is unique in that interventions, support programmes and activities are categorised by impact as well as location, and best of all is free. Listing is completely free for providers and of course the directory is free to any schools or teachers. Best of all, we offer providers who discount their intervention or offer it for free, an opportunity to promote this through a targeted email campaign to our registered subscribers.
If you are a provider of interventions or support, please do consider adding your listing for free and reviewing our other promotional services.
Our vision is for EduKit Connect to be a vibrant directory of support, ideas and information that can empower schools to make better decisions for students. To help us to achieve this vision anyone can nominate great youth organisations and publish guest posts, sharing your ideas, tips and concerns with the broader community.
If you would like to apply to write guest posts for this website, please contact us.
We believe, that it’s only by engaging in a powerful, meaningful conversation about what works, what doesn’t and our ideas for the future that we can truly increase student attainment and transform the educational outcomes of those most in need.