Welcome to the Education Links school website.  We are an Alternative Provision Free School, a specialist education provider, working with young people at risk of permanent exclusion. 

'Parent View - Give your views
on your child's school'

On 1st September 2014 Education Links became a Free School, having been an independent school since December 2009.  Our dedicated staff work with students to enable them to realise their potential, and to engage again with learning.  We are able to provide a range of programmes to meet the needs of secondary age students and we work closely with their referring schools, their families, and other professionals to achieve success.

On these pages you will find all the information prospective and current parents will need as well as useful links to support students in their learning.  We are proud to showcase the successes of our young people, so photos and videos are prominent features, and can be found on our Facebook page.  Our Vision statement underpins our provision, and you can read about how we grew from small beginnings.  We have strong partnerships with local agencies and schools, and we are proud of our place in the local community.  Parents can make their views about our school known through the Ofsted Parent View website, and a link can be found on this page. 

I hope you enjoy browsing our website and sharing in our students’ achievements.  Whatever your reasons for visiting these pages I am sure you will find something to make you smile, to inspire you, and to show you why we are more than just a school.

Sandy Davies (Principal)

"If only my child could have had this experience sooner."
On the subject of "colleagues" may I say how wonderful Education Links staff have been on the Urban Voices project. I am sure the students pick up the sense of partnership and mutual support and we really appreciate and value this support, which adds significantly to the project outcomes!
Dominic Kasteel
"I'm very happy with the comments from teachers on parents evening. I will push my child more to concentrate more in class. Thank you for all your help."
‘I have learned from my mistakes and now am ready to only look back at my mistakes to improve’.
'It changed me, I came in as a boy to Education links and became a young man'
‘I have learnt not to let my anger control my actions and to think twice before making certain decisions’.

Previously part of Community Links