On Track Education Services Ltd
On Track Education Services Ltd was established in 2005 by a group of five teachers as a result of seeing a real need to provide full-time education placements for very vulnerable and challenging young people to meet both their academic and non-academic needs. A ‘not for profit’ company was set up to provide specialist alternative education provision through our own schools for groups of vulnerable young people, including LAC, with or without statements. Unique, self-funding sustainable services are provided to Local Authorities and schools in six locations; Northampton, Totnes in Devon, Mildenhall in Suffolk, Wisbech in Cambridgeshire, Westbury in Wiltshire and Silsoe in Bedfordshire. All six On Track Education Centres are DfE-registered as Special Independent Schools for students between 11 and 18 years old and has students placed with us by schools nationwide. Our students can be some of the most vulnerable in society, having a history of disrupted school experiences and limited achievement due to exclusions, multiple placements, challenging behaviours and other barriers to leaning including Special Educational Needs. Please find full information about how our curriculum is put together and accredited here.
SPANA is a UK-based charity with a global brief, committed to improving the lives of working animals and the people who depend on them for their livelihoods – and in some cases their lives. We reach some of the world’s poorest and most remote communities, providing much needed veterinary care to help them care for their working donkeys, horses, mules and camels.
Chartered Accountants’ Benevolent Association (CABA)
Chartered Accountants’ Benevolent Association (CABA) has been offering support for members of the chartered accountant community in need since 1886. With a vision to ensure chartered accountants and their families have the tools to promote their own wellbeing and feel supported in times of need, the organisation provides advice and practical support including financial assistance and debt advice, health and carer support and career coaching through a variety of free courses developed specifically for ICAEW chartered accountants. It also conducts surveys and research about the issues facing accountants, particularly recently in light of changes to working and pension circumstances. It aims to be a leading benevolent association and the thought-leader for chartered accountants.
St Martin in-the-Fields is a landmark church in Trafalgar Square, in the heart of London. It is unique in bringing together extensive charitable work, a large cultural programme and a thriving commercial enterprise, all rooted in a vibrant and inclusive congregational life.
Throughout its history, St Martin's has been an innovator and boasts an impressive list of notable achievements and contributions to wider society: it was the location of the first lending library and of the first religious broadcast. Amnesty International was conceived at St Martin’s, Liberty was founded here and Shelter and the Big Issue were both launched here. From 2006-8 St Martin’s engaged in a remarkable £36m renewal programme; the church now offers a host of different activities and meeting places. Visitors can take part in daily church services, attend regular concerts and jazz nights, view free art exhibitions and enjoy shopping and meals in the award-winning Café in the Crypt or Café in the Courtyard.
Sound and Music
Sound and Music is looking to recruit new trustees bringing skills and experience in Finance, Communications, and Entrepreneurialism. Sound and Music is the national agency for new music. Our mission is to unlock the creative potential of composers, open up their work for more people to enjoy, and create a vibrant and sustainable future for new music.