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Learning Trust for Excellence
'better together - utilising the power of collaboration'


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The Learning Trust for Excellence (LTE) comprises seven forward thinking schools based in Sutton Coldfield: Coppice, Four Oaks, Langley, Little Sutton, Hollyfield, Moor Hall, Whitehouse Common and their partners Birmingham City University (BCU), King Edwards Schools, Rotary, University College Birimingham (UCB), Beaufort School and Bishop Vesey's Grammar School.

Having worked well together in the past, the collaboration was formally established with a view to inspiring excellence and furthering opportunity for all.
The Trust schools are maintained schools supported by a charitable foundation. They were required to change from community to foundation. By forming a Co-operative Trust each school retains it’s individual autonomy and Governing Body whilst at the same time offering exciting opportunities for it’s pupils, staff and wider community created through the power of collaboration.



Actively working with others, participating in achieving our shared goals and values, providing learning and educational opportunities for all to achieve their full potential.


Is our core value. Trust is not only our organisation – Trust means working together….credible, honest, transparent and safe


Taking ownership of the quality of everything we do and continually improving our benchmarks to ensure exceptional support, advice and educational services for our members and the wider community.


Stronger together…..generating new ideas to improve the way we work. Providing advice and support improving the educational and learning services we offer, valuing input from all colleagues. Respecting individuality and uniqueness