Our Partnerships

Dingley’s Promise recognises the importance of joining forces with organisations who are striving to achieve similar aims.

We are proud to be members of the following organisations:

Disabled Children’s Partnership is a major coalition of 100 organisations campaigning for improved health and social care for disabled children, young people and their families; providing a platform for their voices and challenging the injustices that affect them.


The All Party Parliamentary Group for Childcare and Early Education brings together Parliamentarians and leading members for the childcare and early education sector to promote and facilitate discussion on key policy issues. 


Council for Disabled Children is the umbrella body for the disabled children’s sector with a membership of over 300 voluntary and community organisations and an active network of practitioners that spans education, health and social care. 


Children’s Alliance advocates for the importance of a child’s first five years and the impact on their physical and mental wellbeing for life. They are finding ways to provide better starts, and therefore brighter futures, for children throughout the UK through both political and community channels.


We are also proud to work in partnership with:

NCFE is an educational charity and leader in vocational and technical learning. They combine over 170 years of education experience with deep insight, working with a network of expert collaborators to shape smarter solutions around the greatest learning needs. In doing this, they’re working for a fairer education system for all learners to power inclusivity and choice.


The Early Years SEND Partnership is a national programme supporting professionals and parents with training, resources and an approach to sharing learning, with the aim to increase access and inclusion in early years for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

The partners each bring specific expertise to the project, and work on different aspects of early years, SEN and Disability:

  • nasen on a whole setting approach to SEN and Disability
  • Speech and Language UK on early identification and an early response to speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) in young children, and the development of a local SLCN pathway
  • Contact on working with parents in the early years
  • Council for Disabled Children on Ordinarily Available Provision and the Equality Act
  • Dingley’s Promise on strategic support for transitions
  • The Early Childhood Unit (ECU) at NCB on the home learning environment.

Dingley’s Promise is grateful to work with the following organisations:

Dingley’s Promise has been humbled by the generosity of many individuals, companies, charities, trusts and statutory funders.

We know that we could not do what we do without them.

We would like to thank the following trusts, foundations and organisations for their support in 2021-2022:

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