Leading Learners Multi-Academy Trust was founded by the leaders of Tyldesley Primary School in 2016, with the vision of providing a supportive platform for schools in the local area and beyond.
We are currently a family of five primary schools, based across the Greater Manchester and Yorkshire region with a further group of schools joining us in the near future. We are united in a mission to help children find a path where they can explore their talents, grasp opportunities and determine their own futures. Giving each and every one of them chances and choices is at the heart of what we do.
Ensuring there is a careful balance between autonomy and standardisation through collaboration is key to our philosophy. We want schools to retain their unique character, whilst ensuring they are ambitious for all children through implementation of our robust systems and processes.
Vision & Values
Our core values...
Our values lie at the core of everything we do within our Trust. They inspire our all our members' best efforts and direct our actions when it comes to helping each and every one of our children be the very best they can be.
Our mission is simple...
We help children find a path where they can explore their talents, grasp opportunities and determine their own futures. Giving each and every one of them chances and choices is at the heart of what we do.
This is underpinned by our three core pillars; the building blocks for our approach:
Equality of opportunity
of children are now taught in a good school
of children passing their phonics in year 1
More children achieving full marks in their year 4 multiplication check than the national Average
Through the eyes
- “Pupils enjoy learning and achieve well at this happy and friendly school. Staff have high expectations for all pupils. This has a positive impact on pupils’ behaviour and attitudes to learning. Pupils show great curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. They appreciate the wide range of additional activities that staff provide after the school day ends.” - Tyldesley Ofsted 2020
- “Developing pupils’ love of reading is at the heart of the curriculum. Corridors, classrooms and the library have had, in one child’s words, ‘a make-over’. Pupils show excitement in books and stories.” - Woodside Ofsted 2019
- “Pupils are respectful and polite to each other, staff and visitors. They try their best in lessons and enjoy their learning. Leaders have high expectations of all pupils.
Relationships between teachers and pupils are very positive. There is a calm atmosphere around the school. Pupils behave well.” - Reevy Hill Ofsted 2019
- “This is a warm, friendly and welcoming school. The pupils are rightly proud of it. The staff are proud to work at it. The headteacher is proud to lead it. Pupils are safe in school and they feel safe. They are not worried about bullying. Their behaviour is good. Right from the early years, pupils understand how to conduct themselves in a courteous and respectful way.” - Worth Valley Ofsted 2019