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Together, we have an opportunity to improve the educational system. Outstanding leaders and teachers at all levels are key in facilitating school to school support. Bespoke, immediate and individual support for teachers with immersion in outstanding teaching and learning and the sharing and development of outstanding practice, has meant that improvement is rapid.
Currently, the majority of teaching across the Learning Academy Partnership is OUTSTANDING with all teaching being at least GOOD. The Trust will do all it takes to support leadership and teaching across our schools so that all teaching is supported to become OUTSTANDING and that all present and new academies joining the Trust are also recognised as ‘OUTSTANDING’ and continue to improve.
Pivotal to our success and our improvement process is the Education and School Improvement Team. This consists of the Learning Academy Partnership’s Chief Executive, (an experienced National Leader of Education), Director of Education and Heads of individual academies. Joint leadership working across all schools ensures that skills and expertise is shared and developed and that schools do not become isolated or vulnerable. Through shared leadership, all build capacity whilst contributing and drawing upon expertise and support.
The Chief Executive’s wider role is to provide professional challenge and support, helping the academy leadership to evaluate performance, analyse the priorities for improvement and plan effective change.
Academies have access to and are able to draw upon a wide range of the resources of the Trust to meet individual needs as required.
There may be occasions when a school wishing to join the Trust is without a substantive Head or key leaders; in such circumstances the Trust has the capacity to provide immediate and additional full-time leadership support from within its current staffing structure, working alongside the Chief Executive, to provide high-quality leadership.
Leaders in the Trust are ready and able to work in a newly sponsored academy in response to any gaps or changing to its staffing structure.