“Our vision is to provide an outstanding education for all of our children and young people that prepares them to be successful in all they do”Dr G. Eatough, Executive Principal and CEO of the LCT

What is the Learning Community Trust?

The Learning Community Trust was established in June 2017, following approvals by the DfE, to create a Multi-Academy Trust in North Telford based at the highly successful Hadley Learning Community (HLC). The Trust has also been approved as an academy sponsor, by the DfE, as part of the application process.

The vision for our Trust is to provide the highest quality of education and care for young people across our community with academies working in close partnership. The Trust will operate from the HLC campus and is determined to drive school improvement across the Trust and ensure the best possible outcomes for our children and students. The intention is to steadily grow the Trust over the next two years with further secondary and primary schools.

The Trust is led by a very experienced and successful Head, Dr Gill Eatough who has been appointed as Executive Principal and CEO of the Trust.

This is a very exciting time for the Trust as our first schools have converted and joined the Trust. We have an outstanding Trust Board of ten Directors with significant experience in education, focussed on school improvement, as well as Trustees from the world of industry and business.

Academies in our Trust


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Hadley Learning Community
Queensway
The Charlton School
Ercall Wood Technology College

Aims of the Trust


  • To focus, across our schools, on excellence by achieving the best possible outcomes for our children and students by engaging and inspiring them, building their resilience and preparing them for work and adult life

  • To drive a collaborative culture across our schools that drives and supports improvement and develops all of our staff as leading professionals

  • To provide the highest levels of care and support for our children so they can succeed, including those that are most disadvantaged, vulnerable or with special needs in our community

  • To ensure our schools are at the heart of the community they server and are truly inclusive organistations with equality for all across our community

  • To engage positively with our families and wider community, building partnerships and programs that develop opportunities beyond the school sector