LTT - Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together are a partnership of eight Teaching Schools who as a group agree to work through collaboration, based on mutual trust and respect, to develop a self-improving school-led system in Lincolnshire
"We believe that as educators in Lincolnshire we are here to work together to transform the lives of children and young people through our relentless pursuit of excellence in every lesson, in every classroom and in every school. In short, our vision is to see more teachers succeed with more children"
The role of LTT (Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together) is:
- To create a shared vision and strategy for school improvement in Lincolnshire - building on a shared moral purpose, creating social capital, capitalising on collaboration and benefitting from economies of scale in delivery.
- To connect every school to a teaching school alliance, building a network of engaged ‘givers’ and ‘receivers’ of support.
- To lead and coordinate applications for strategic school improvement funding (SSIF) building strategic alignment and tactical empowerment with all willing partners for the benefit of Lincolnshire children and young people.
- To provide a sub-regional representative decision-making infrastructure, to utilise capacity and secure additional resources for collaborative delivery of school improvement.
- To ensure that improvement areas are effectively and strategically identified, and that the right and timely support is given in areas where it is needed most.
- To provide an infrastructure for networking with other stakeholders and stakeholder networks for example RSC (Regional School Commissioner), Ofsted, NCTL (National College of Teaching and Learning), Teaching School Council, Department for Education, EMSIG (East Midlands School Improvement Group), EMTSSG (East Midlands Teaching School Strategic Group), Lincolnshire County Council, Diocese and Lincolnshire Learning Partnership