Like us, all our partners believe that good teaching deserves to be recognised - and shared with as many people as possible.

CHILD EXPLOITATION AND ONLINE PROTECTION CENTRE

"CEOP is the UK's national law enforcement centre dedicated to tackling child exploitation online. We work in partnership with the public, private and voluntary sectors to protect children from harm and empower them to stay safe online through our education programme.

CEOP is pleased to support O2 Learn which provides an excellent platform for teachers to gain easy access to innovative and engaging internet safety resources, giving them the confidence to engage pupils in discussions about internet safety."

Peter Davies
Chief Executive, CEOP

The Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT)

"The Specialist Schools and Academies Trust aims to give practical support to transforming education by building and enabling a world-class network of innovative schools and practitioners. We are therefore delighted to support the O2 Learn initiative by providing Learning Champions with excellent subject expertise and strong networking capability to ensure as many children as possible benefit from this resource."

Elizabeth Reid
Chief Executive of SSAT

School Governors' One-Stop Shop

"School Governors work in partnership with school leaders to help give children the very best education, and realize their aspirations and expectations. We believe that the O2 initiative will add value to children's learning opportunities, and will brief our governor audience accordingly."

Steve Acklam
Chief Executive, School Governors' One-Stop Shop

The Training and Development Agency for Schools

"Developing people, improving young lives, is the TDA's guiding vision. We are delighted to be working with O2 on this exciting new project which will help encourage great teaching and give children everywhere access to great lessons."

Graham Holley
Chief Executive, TDA

National Union of Teachers

"The O2 learn project looks like an interesting venture. We hope that members will engage with it and find it helpful. The NUT will be taking a keen interest to see how it develops. If it fulfils the promise of providing innovative and practical ideas, teachers and pupils will be the winners."

Christine Blower
NUT General Secretary

The Teaching Awards

"Recently, I was struck by a quote from Michelle Obama about her husband's choice of job. She said, 'I've spent a huge chunk of our marriage trying to convince him to do something more sensible to change the world, like be a headteacher...'

The influence teachers have on their students is both life-changing and world-changing. The Teaching Awards recognises that teachers are the real heroes of society, and we're delighted to support O2 in celebrating their work."

Caroline Evans
Chief Executive, Teaching Awards

Teach First

"Teach First's belief is that every child should have access to the very best, most inspirational teaching. We aim to deliver that in the classroom, so we are delighted that O2 is seeking to help share that magic with young people everywhere through this exciting online project."

Brett Wigdortz
Founder and Chief Executive, Teach First

Teaching Leaders

"Teaching Leaders aims to develop outstanding school leaders who inspire and model inspirational teaching among their staff.

We are excited to be working with O2 to enable our leaders, and their teams and schools, to use video technology to capture the best teaching, and to provide access to inspirational lessons to young people throughout the UK."

Sharath Jeevan
CEO, Teaching Leaders

Family Lives

"Family Lives is delighted to partner with O2 Learn. This resource will enable parents to find out more about what their children are learning at school and help them to feel more confident in assisting with homework and other school activities.

When parents engage with their child's schooling it reduces stress on teachers, improves educational outcomes for children, and parents feel more involved and empowered. It is vital that every effort enable parental engagement with schools and their child's learning.

Parents with questions about any aspect of their child's education, or would like advice on how to build a relationship with their child's school should contact Family Lives."

Jeremy Todd
Chief Executive, Family Lives