- Find a Tender
- Contract (Services)
- 7 year
- 31 Aug 2021
- 01 Sep 2022 to 31 Aug 2029
- 15 Oct 2021 11:00
United Kingdom: HMYOI Cookham Wood (postcode ME1 3JU)
- Ministry of Justice London
This procurement is run under the light touch regime, there will be selection criteria and there will be award criteria. Further detail around this process will be included in the procurement documentation. In order to participate in this procurement, bidders should sign up to the Authority’s electronic procurement portal found here: https://ministryofjusticecommercial.bravosolution.co.uk/ The Supplier will design and deliver a “core education service” - a broad and balanced curriculum using various and innovative delivery methods to meet the needs of all Learners including, but not limited to, traditional face-to-face classroom-based teaching and digitally enabled in-room learning. The broad and balanced curriculum at the Secure Setting will include literacy and numeracy (specifically Maths and English), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Personal, Health, Social and Economic Education (PHSEE) and Information and Communications Technology (ICT). The Supplier will be ultimately responsible for designing the content of the Core Common Curriculum Requirements and agreeing this with the Authority. The Supplier will provide a careers advice service which is independent of the rest of the service and which aligns with the Gatsby Benchmarks of Good Career Guidance. The Supplier will, if the Authority requires the Supplier to provide an Optional Service or an Additional Service as described in Schedule 24 (Optional Services and Additional Services) (eg youth work services or library services) provide such service and such service shall become part of the Core Common Curriculum Requirements. The Supplier's primary remit will be to deliver Core Common Curriculum Requirements to all Learners in the Secure Setting in accordance with the Framework for Integrated Care (SECURE STAIRS). Such requirements include working with other providing delivering services for Learners released back into the community and those transitioning to the adult estate. Specifically: The Authority requires the Supplier to have the requisite expertise and resources to provide the Services; activities covered by this Specification include assessments, completing formulation based learning plans, timetabling (including the Wider Curriculum Requirements ), curriculum development, curriculum delivery, HR and staffing, partnerships with the Secure Setting and other partners providing services within the Secure Setting including the health provider, and partnerships with community and resettlement processes and suppliers, which together, are the Services to be made available to the Authority by the Supplier; for all Services, the Supplier must comply with any specific applicable Standards of the Authority. the Supplier shall support the Authority by providing resource and expertise to assess and address the Secure Setting education requirements set out herein. A flexible, responsive approach from the Supplier is therefore essential to delivery of the Services. The Authority does not bind itself to award any contract nor does it bind itself to accept any tender. The Authority reserves the right to change or cancel this procurement at any time. Any expenditure, work or effort undertaken prior to contract award is accordingly a matter solely for the commercial judgement of potential bidders.
A mechanism for Optional services will be set out in the Contract suite
- 80310000 - Youth education services
- 75230000 - Justice services
- 75231210 - Imprisonment services
- 80000000 - Education and training services
- 80210000 - Technical and vocational secondary education services
- Restrictions apply to the lot award allocation.
- This is a one-off contract (no recurrence)
- Options are available.
- Renewals are not available.
** PREVIEW NOTICE, please check Find a Tender for full details. ** See link for PIN: https://www.find-tender.service.gov.uk/Notice/000818-2021 Scope of the Requirement We require Suppliers to design and deliver a “core education service” for children and young adults in the YOIs - a broad and balanced curriculum using various and innovative delivery methods to meet the needs of all Learners including, but not limited to, traditional face-to-face classroom-based teaching and digitally enabled in-room learning. The broad and balanced curriculum will include (but not be limited to) literacy and numeracy (specifically Maths and English), English for Speakers of Other Languages (“ESOL”), Personal, Health, Social and Economic Education (PHSEE) and Information and Communications Technology (ICT). The Supplier will be ultimately responsible for designing the content of the curriculum. A flexible and responsive approach from the Supplier is therefore essential to delivery of the Services. … The core service at HMYOI Wetherby will include library services from contract commencement. Other activities covered within the scope of the requirement include working with other partners providing services to the YOI and ICT services related to education. We may require the provision of certain optional services and/or additional services. There is no obligation for us to take any such services from the Suppliers and nothing shall prevent us from receiving services that are the same as or similar to the optional services or the additional services from any third party. Optional Services HMYOI Wetherby: Youth Work Optional Services HMYOI Feltham: Youth Work and Library Services Optional Services HMYOI Cookham Wood: Youth Work and Library Services Optional Services HMYOI Werrington: Youth Work and Library Services The library is a service for children and young adults at the YOIs to use, borrow and exchange books and to access other resources such as newspapers. A service must be provided to those who are not able to visit the library in person including those subjects to separation or for other reasons. Youth work encompasses a broad range of activity designed to engage children and young adults at the YOIs in meaningful personal and social development processes. Such activity might include running youth clubs and one-to-one support and facilitating the engagement of those in custody with education and other on-site activities. Suppliers may be offered the opportunity to deliver additional educational services, for example learning through drama or music interventions, adding to existing education provision as needs arise. The values for these services including the optional services is estimated to be £1.9M across the 4 Lots.
- FTS 021540-2021