NCET History and Support UK - Providing Continuous Support for Parents and Teachers
NCET was the National Council for Educational Technology and on 1st April 1998 it became the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency. Today both have been decommissioned but while the website was in existence, provided information and acted as the Department for Children, Schools and Families.
The purpose of the department was concerned overall with the health and happiness of young children. To ensure the environments they were given access to on government property was safe and fit for purpose and considered the child's safety at all times.
It was to also ensure that education provided was kept on an even curve with worldwide provisions and to offer a top class education that would lead them into adulthood with the skill sets required to have an active impact in social and work environments and excel on their chosen career path.
Today the NCET website wishes to continue in that vein of thought in ensuring that parents and teachers are offered free articles and guides on how best to ensure the original aims of NCET, BECTA and the DFEE's aims can be continued and taught efficiently.
While one government department may be decommissioned and taken over by another, in this instance, the Department for Education website. The morals and fortitude of NCET can remain and grow and be a learning curve to ensure we learn from past examples and the success that NCET and the combined efforts of the Children's Plan remain true and effective.
The Children's plan was about building a bright future for all of the UK's young and growing citizens. To strengthen support for their families and ensure world class schools are offered country wide and that no child was left behind.
Offering all children equal opportunities and ensuring parents were fully involved in their development. Please feel free to contact us at the current NCET website and discuss partnerships on how we can help further aid children's education in the UK and offer all a future in our society.