Awards & Partners
At Alps, we pride ourselves on the relationships we build with our schools. The same is true of the many partners and award bodies we work with year on year.
It’s been a year of tremendous innovation for the Alps team, launching our new platform for groups, Alps Summit, and transforming our core platform, Alps Connect. We are proud to have been shortlisted for these prestigious awards across numerous award bodies.
The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) is the leading professional association and trade union for all school and college leaders. They support and represent more than 20,000 school and college leaders of primary, secondary and post-16 education from across the UK.
‘ASCL is delighted to have Alps as Premier Partner, Alps has a long-standing track record of providing analysis and support for schools and colleges to help them improve outcomes while keeping the student at the heart of the improvement process.’
Geoff Barton – ASCL General Secretary
PiXL (Partners in Excellence) is a network of over 3,000 schools across primary, secondary, sixth forms and alternative provisions in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. They work with schools to help give students of all ages a better future and brighter hope.
‘We have always been proud to have Alps as a partner: their student-centered approach to helping raise achievement, and the clarity the platform provides to staff, continues to be so helpful to school leaders who are striving to do the best for their young people.’
Rachel Johnson – CEO PiXL
High Performance Learning is a mission-driven organisation, working with schools and teachers to change the face of education and deliver student high performance for the many – whatever their background – not the few.
The Council of British International Schools (COBIS) is a membership association that represents more than 450 schools and organisations, globally.
The Grammar Heads School Association’s purpose is to pursue their professional aims through the many partnerships they maintain within the education system. Only by playing a full part in the education system in England can they justify their position of strength and sustain their foundation of excellence.
FOBISIA aims to promote a British-style education system in schools throughout Asia, and gives students the opportunity for collaboration and friendly competition through its annual sporting and musical festivals.
BSME supports a network of high quality British international schools in the region. In addition, they facilitate an invaluable partnership between member schools and business partners specialising in educational services, products and tools.
BESA works with UK education suppliers to help maximise their export potential, regardless of their stage in their export journey.
ISO 27001 is an international standard on how to manage information security in your company. This aims to help organisations make sure that the information assets they hold are ore secure. Alps has been ISO 27001 accredited since 2015.
Cyber Essentials is a UK government assurance scheme that encourages organisations to adopt good practice in information security and covers the essential actions businesses should take to protect itself from cyberattacks. Alps has been certified since 2018.