We are delighted to be part of the Leeds Learning Alliance

The Leeds Learning Alliance is a Trust formed by like-minded Leeds educational organisations based upon a shared commitment to inclusion, close collaboration and high level ambition. Representing over 40,000 learners across Leeds, the Leeds Learning Alliance takes its mission seriously: young people and the community first.

The ambassador for the Leeds Learning Alliance is Jamie Jones-Buchanan, the Assistant Coach for Leeds Rhinos, after being elected in January 2020. Jamie played his entire professional career with Leeds Rhinos.

The aims of the alliance is a successful and continuously improving organisation of partners that ensures:

  • Rigorous and effective quality assurance.

  • High quality teaching and learning.

  • High quality professional development.

  • Research informed practice development.

  • Maximising participation in learning.

  • Effective and efficient use of resources.

  • Joint commissioning.

  • Economies of scale through shared resources and joint ventures.

  • Promoting healthy lifestyles.

To read more about the Leeds Learning Alliance, you can visit the website here: www.leedslearningalliance.org

Inclusive Practice Conference

Join us for the Leeds Learning Alliance Inclusive Practice Conference on Saturday 12th February at Carr Manor Community School.

The conference will include workshops from a range of organisations within the LLA, including Leeds Trinity, Leeds Relational Practice Centre, and the Leeds Rhinos Foundation.

Click here to purchase tickets or click the banner to find out more.

Strategy Workshop

Watch this video to hear from some of our partners and guests at the Leeds Learning Alliance Strategic Workshop, held at Headingley Stadium on 28th September 2021.

Introduction document

This document gives an overview of the Leeds Learning Alliance, including who we are; our goals; what we do and our priorities for 2021-2025.

You can read the report here, or click the image to the right.

LLA Annual Report 2020-21

We are excited to share the first second annual report for the LLA. The report offers a real insight into how we are working together focused on inclusion, collaboration and ambition, putting the outcomes for children, young people and the community first.

You can read the report here, or click the image to the left.