Each CSNET member school is an independent learning community.
We are not a chain or a brand.
Co-operative education is essentially an identity which brings with it a clear commitment to shared values.
By working together as a network, we bring together the best practice and best value.
At national level, The Schools Co-operative Society and CSNET provide regular comment on the rapidly changing education landscape.
We contribute to public enquiries, consultations and a variety of forums for research and discussion.
On a regular basis, we give voice to the values of co-operative education through our blogs and Twitter accounts.
We are also in regular dialogue with local authorities and a number of key partners, including Higher Education and professional associations.
We help to provide a professional voice for our members on the issues that matter, working with our colleagues at the Schools Co-operative Society.