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

OUR PARTNERS

The seven schools within the Learning Trust for Excellence work with partners to achieve the Trust vision

LTE partners are:
 
Bishop Vesey's Grammar School
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Beaufort School
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Birmingham City University (BCU)
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King Edwards Schools
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Rotary Sutton Coldfield
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University College Birmingham (UCB)
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Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
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Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce

The Learning Trust for Excellence will seek to engage with wider partners from regional and local organisations who can work with us to both raise aspirations of the children and to deliver a holistic approach to child and family support, which will embody the reality of every child matters.
 

How we work together

The partner universities work with the LTE to acredit the training programmes offered.

Work the King Edwards Schools, has blossomed ranging from:
  • a focus on increasing opportunities for children to attend the city’s grammar schools, particularly targeting those children who may not otherwise have considered them.
  • the development of bespoke curriculum enrichment programmes supporting both teachers and pupils. Last years focus was on maths, this years focus is on Literacy.
  • children also enjoy a range of exciting visits to the secondary settings meeting well known authors, participating in sporting competitions and taking part in a literary festival.
  • secondary students have been spending time at the primary schools and are working with primary pupils in their weekly non curriculum time and will are working with the LTE Pupil Council to develop a Trust Pupil Council to undertake work underpinned by the Trust values. 
  • collaborative work across the KS2 and KS3 transition takes place routinely across settings.
The involvement of partners in specific working groups have provided opportunities and value for all. For example, the ICT Strategy Group has facilitated computing based placements for students within the Trust schools to accelerate teaching and learning in this area.

The potential for developing partnership relationships further and realising mutual benefits for all involved is significant, something the Trust is highly ambitious to achieve.