U-Educate announces 3 new partnerships

U-Educate is pleased to announce 3 new exciting partnerships with Ethical School Solutions, KDDK and SDH Academy. We believe that all 3 organisations carry a wealth of expertise and experience in the Education sector and will undoubtedly help bolster our services for our clients’.

Ethical Solutions bring with them over 30 years of experience in both the Primary and Secondary sector and specialises in school development through leadership, HR, finance and ICT.

SDH Academy have a dynamic team of specialists within the Sport, Education and Community sectors and support primary and secondary schools with the necessary support to deliver sport lessons that contribute to the social, physical and mental development of young people.

KDDK is a recognised Dance Academy who is already established in over 100 schools across the West Midlands. There services range from curriculum development, delivery and upskilling of teachers. Recent Yoga qualifications within the academy have provided a platform for work to be carried out to work with people of all ages to alleviate anxiety and stress and to improve their mental health and mindfulness.

Director Christian Brown stated:

“We are excited to be partnering with such a diverse range of companies that are experts in their own fields.  It certainly makes for a fully rounded offering to the local communities we support and interact with.”

There website is www.sdh-academy.co.uk.

New Partnership announced


U-educate is proud to announce a newly formed partnership with the community interest organisation Shining Bright Futures. U-educate’s collaboration with the organisation will help support the implementation of their community projects through our network of customers and partner companies.

Shining Bright Futures identifies education, personal development, wellbeing and community support as its core foundations and recognises U-educate as the perfect partner to draw upon its expertise to maximise the impact of its provision.  

Director Adam Gray stated:Adam Gray from U-Educate

U-educate already has a strong ‘added value service’ that we offer to our schools that draws upon our experience working in education. However, we want to develop this further and maintain our involvement within the community as a whole. 

Working alongside Shining Bright Futures will provide the platform to give something back to the community, especially within this current difficult climate. We recognise that there is going to be a need for health, well-being and employability support and know we have joined up with an organisation that shares our core values and vision to fulfil both organisations goals.”