Here you will find details of our partner institutions listed alphabetically. Click through to each partner’s page for more information and contact details. If you would like to contact the CLPP Chair or Partnership Officer, please contact us.
Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) has campuses in Canterbury, Medway, and Tunbridge Wells.
Canterbury College has campuses in Canterbury and Swale.
CXK is a charitable organisation delivering a range of services across the South East to support young people and families to maximise their potential. In particular they provide them with advice, guidance, skills and the confidence that will help them to progress into education, employment and training.
East Kent College has campuses in Broadstairs, Dover, and Folkestone.
Hadlow College is based at Hadlow near Tonbridge, and offers land-based courses.
JobCentrePlus is part of the Department for Work and Pensions looking after its working-age support service in the United Kingdom.
Virtual School Kent (VSK) is part of Kent County Council, and acts as a local authority champion to bring about improvements in the education and health of Children in Care (CiC) and Young Care Leavers (YCL) and to promote their educational achievement as if they were in a single school. Ensuring that they receive a high quality education is the foundation for improving their lives.
The Kent & Medway Progression Federation (KMPF) is a partnership of universities, colleges, local authorities and schools in Kent and Medway, working together to support the educational progression of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Medway Council have a Virtual Headteacher for children in care who works with schools, social workers and other agencies to support the education of children in care and those who are leaving the care system.
MidKent College has campuses in Maidstone and Medway.
The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) has campuses at Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, and Rochester.
The University of Greenwich has campuses at Eltham, Greenwich, and Medway.
The University of Kent has campuses in Canterbury, Medway, and Tonbridge, as well as in four European cities.