Become a Commercial Supporter...
The Commercial Supporter Scheme has been designed for organisations who want to provide advice, goods, or services to our schools. Due to the many and diverse pressures on our school leaders’ time, they are a notoriously difficult clientele to reach through conventional channels.
Becoming a Commercial Supporter offers a unique opportunity for you to connect with large numbers of educational decision makers in the North East. It provides you with a great opportunity to build your profile, gain invaluable market intelligence, showcase your successes, and most importantly, support the North East’s schools and young people.
The Schools North East network consists of all 1,150 schools in the North East region. Regardless of size, phase, academy status or any other variable all schools in the North East are part of our network. We exist to support schools in their entirety, our main stakeholders are Head Teachers, School Business Managers, Teachers and Governors.
Recieve priority invites and advanced notice to our events.
From large conferences to smaller stand-alone events, online events and webinars, our events programme has grown considerably, as has our reach.
In the current academic year, we will have seen almost 6000 delegates through these events from the North East and beyond.
is designed to ensure we serve both the needs of our schools and our Commercial Supporters. Gain access to your own account to create a profile, upload case studies, testimonials and photos. Advertise your events and promote your venue.
Over 3500 school leaders, politicians, and education enthusiasts receive our Weekly Update. Containing a link to Marketplace readers can access your page with latest offers and products. Have your events in our exclusive monthly events update.
Current Sponsorship Opportunities
For all our current sponsorship opportunities open to commercial and non-commercial supporters please email us
Including: Online adverts, upcoming exhibition packages, webinars, online events, TeachMeets, Online Community ConnectEd