National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education
The National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE) is a charity established to provide dedicated support to supplementary schools in London and England.
Their vision is that all agencies local and central government, mainstream schools, higher education establishments and funders will recognise the value of community based support. The Harrow Supplementary Schools' Forum works closely with the NRCSE to promote this vision.
The NRCSE also aims to promote the quality mark for supplementary schools to ensure supplementary schools are safe and effective.
View more information on memberships, training and the quality mark for supplementary schools.
NRCSE quality mark
The National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education(NRCSE) quality mark is a nationally recognised award for supplementary schools to confirm they are safe and effective.
The following supplementary schools in Harrow hold valid quality mark awards:
- Stag Lane Saturday School (a partnership between Paiwand and Stag Lane School)
- Valar Thamil Nilayam
- Middlesex Tamil Academy
For more information see the National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE) quality mark.