Premier Advisory Group was formed in 2015. It brings together principal consultants from a range of backgrounds ranging from academic research to front line delivery of education. Between them, our founders have over half a century’s experience of delivering at the front line of their respective disiplines. All founders remain actively involved in delivering high quality consultancy accredited to the ISO9001:2015 standard for management consultancy.

Sufficiency Assessments

Helping local authorities to ensure there is the correct demand, supply, availability and quality of childcare.
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Free schools

Experts in advising on and delivering on each key aspect and phase of the Free School and LA Competition process.
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Social Mobility

Supporting stakeholders in the successful rollout and sustainability of the Social Mobility Opportunity Area Delivery Plans.
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SEND Reviews

Helping local authorities to continue to meet the needs of children and young people with SEND.
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30 Hours Childcare

Supporting providers and local authorities to manage the sufficiency and delivery of 30 hours childcare.
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Education and Skills

Matching the requirements of employers and education to meet future workforce challenges.
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Integrated curriculum and financial planning

Integrated curriculum and financial planning to support our clients maximise their resources and organise their staff better. Read more...

Business Modelling and Compliance Service

Providing business support to local authorities and to individual childcare providers and/or daycare chains. Read more...

Bidding for Funding

PAG is extremely successful in producing funding bids through a variety of Department for Education and other grant programmes. Read more...

Applying business practice to multi-academy trust development

PAG is working with multi academy trusts to review and refine their approaches to development and growth. While education is a unique proposition in many ways, there are significant lessons to be learned from the corporate world.