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A few words from
Sam Petter,
founder of
Tatty Bumpkin

Partners

Tatty Bumpkin is working with many different companies across a variety of sectors.

GrowthAccelerator

Tatty Bumpkin win place on GrowthAccelerator, a UK government backed programme that exclusively targets high growth organisations who want to enter their next growth phase and have the potential and determination to get there.

UnLtd
Tatty Bumpkin was launched with the help from a social enterprise grant from UnLtd, a charity supporting social entrepreneurs.

CACHE (Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education)
Our Training is accredited by CACHE  the UK's only specialist awarding organisation for the children and adult care sectors.

bfa (British franchise association)
We are associate members of the bfa, who are the only regulatory body for franchising in the UK.

EWIF (Encouraging women into franchising)
EWIF is a new and exciting organisation dedicated to encouraging women into franchising. Tatty Bumpkin were shortlisted in EWIF franchisor of the year in 2011 and were winners in 2012 of franchise employee of the year with Sam Morgan (Tatty Bumpkin Franchise Manager).

Smith and Henderson
Working with us to improve our performance as a franchisor - In 2011 we were second in a survey of franchisor satisfaction, of over 2,000 franchisees questionned. 

Change 4 life
We are part of Change4Life whose ambition is to create a movement in which everyone in society plays their part, helping to create fundamental changes to those behaviours that can help people lead healthier lives.

Pre-school Learning Alliance
We are part of The Pre-school Learning Alliance - a leading early years membership organisation and one of the largest providers of quality childcare in England.

Early Years Foundation Stage
We follow, subscribe to and support the guidelines of the EYFS. All UK Schools and early years providers have to follow a structure of learning, development and care for children from birth to five years old. This is called the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and it enables your child to learn through a range of activities.

 
 
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