framework and fee structure for helping you tackle the Self
Model in your Centre (2012)
A document from our Partnership service portfolio detailing how we can
help your Centre get to grips with the Self Evaluation Forms for your
The SEF process should be straight forward, but we we know that in
lively settings with all their priorities, marshalling complex evidence
and writing it up crisply and clearly can consume resources of time,
energy and expertise that can better be deployed in service delivery.
SmithMartin LLP are experts in the management of Centres, delivery of
policy and practice in settings and have experience at formulating
documents that reflect the good work you do.
You can see in this short two pages the type of work our experienced
team have done, timescales and fees for the delivery of our support.
Let SmithMartin LLP make the SEF process simple.
If our partnership can help in any way the development of the
governance, branding or communication of your setting, charity or group
Smith, our lead partner on governance, social enterprise and
charity business creation.
You may find the featured document above and many
information resources for
community business, schools, children's centres and social enterprise on
our archive page.
We are booksellers - supporting community libraries,
literacy projects and cultural engagement wherever we can.
Community web design, hosting and email.
a simple and elegant static site to interactive
surveys, online newsletters, staff and parent bulletin boards or file
share spaces...we can create secure bespoke solutions for
community in the public and charity sectors.
Providing an accessible, clear and affordable web
presence for your sector. Read
A project to connect
authors, illustrators and children across the globe.
Working in your setting to
enable conversations, thinking about books and writing and
exploring new communities.
After 2013, Books go Walkabout will
become our new
marque for publishing e-books, in a variety of formats, integrating
our e-publishing expertise into the project ambitions
we share with
partner organisations like WorldReader and the World
Discounts and up to date children's book news and
features always available.
are always safely delivered by Amazon.co.uk
Always adding new titles to our lists -
helping us bring a broad range of books for children's centres, schools
and community groups.
Our project to bring authors, storytellers and
illustrators into communities.
We bring events, people and
We work with you to make the occasion free at the point of delivery for
families and children.
We give away books as part of our project to make starting your first
library easy. We build a community web site to support the event and
help to start a community children's book group - to keep the reading
effect going and growing. Read
A children's book display in handmade
English willow from sustainable sources.
Whether your are intent on advancing the family support or
literacy agendas, the Bookshelf book basket is an ideal way for parents
and children to capture a quiet moment and purchase that book that
really captures the imagination.
We can help with engagement
opportunities in your reception area ...
The Bookshelf basket also makes a great volunteer project - booksales
as part of a reading group or Centre event, managed and delivered by
your supporters. Offering children centres and community a
literacy and make a contribution to Centre sustainability...and great
children's books too as always. Read
social business design and creation...
Our experimental test-bed for developing partnership
ideas with mainstream businesses, to inject the social philosophy into
the business concept.
Our current plans for 2015 include the creation of an ethical,
collectively organised coffee shop and a raft of new e-commerce
opportunities, designed to cross-subsidise our partnership work in the
Third Sector arena.
A web design, hosting and content creation service,
dedicated to providing services and resources to community enterprise
start-ups, engaging with nascent private sector entities to bend and
shape the language of the web to social business contexts.
A modest 'for profit' exercise, which will look to target the private
childcare sector, for example, in 2013 - where we can utilise
our sector knowledge and skills to the fullest.
A partnership approach to research, evaluation and
project management delivery - which seeks innovative collaborations,
making the ad-hoc team approach to larger contracts a stronger pitch,
enhancing and adding value to the work of the partnerships we create.
Relevant sector approaches in 2015 will be financial literacy, social
enterprise creation and support, community building development and
stabilisation and larger web/technology related projects requiring both
project management skills, but also access to hardware and software
always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them
Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987), The Philosophy of Andy Warhol