Network Support

Any Out of School Setting / Supplementary School can join our network of support in Ealing. If you would like to join Ealing Out of School Settings Support Network, please e-mail

Network Resources

How to create a lesson plan – YEF

DfE Covid Protective Measures Guidance (Sept 2020)

Out of School Settings Safeguarding Guidance (Sept 2020)

Supplementary Schools Network – October 2020 Slides

Supplementary Schools Network – June 2020 Slides

Supplementary Schools Network – March 2020 workforce

Quality Assurance


We are proud to partner with the The National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE) – a national strategic and support organisation for community-led supplementary schools and the wider supplementary education sector across England. They are the national champion for excellence, innovation and partnership in supplementary education and campaign throughout England on behalf of supplementary schools and their students, tutors and leaders. They aim to help raise the profile of supplementary schools and their standards of teaching, learning and management. You can visit their website here.

Ealing Quality Assurance Mark

Out of School Settings can now register with Ealing Council to voluntarily put in place policies and safeguarding measures that will better ensure children’s safety and wellbeing. These cover practical issues like premises and equipment, as well as safer recruitment of staff and volunteers. Settings which register for the scheme are assessed on whether they meet the safeguarding guidance and those that do are awarded an Ealing Assurance Mark. This can be used on your website, social media, advertising, stationery etc. This recognises your commitment and achievement as well as promotes your setting well to parents. To apply for the Assurance Mark please click here.


The Young Ealing Foundation is distributing grant funding to Supplementary Schools in Ealing on behalf of the John Lyon’s Charity. This grant funding is available to all supplementary schools based in and whose primary intake is from the London Borough of Ealing. The aim of this fund is to support supplementary schools in offering educational opportunities for children and young people outside of mainstream school provision. The focus is to raise the attainment of children and young people by providing learning opportunities in core curriculum subjects such as Maths, English, Science and IT.

For more information and to apply, please visit our funding page.

Case Study: Znaniye Russian School