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16/08/22

Congratulations, Callum! 👏🏻 https://t.co/CyXNZ5Anta

15/08/22

PODCAST: Really useful advice for Y13s receiving their results this week... https://t.co/guryKXv05M

12/08/22

Seriously cool 😎 https://t.co/rAsOXa6bhg

12/08/22

Who would have these on their walls at home? 🙋🏽‍♂️ https://t.co/AEHwtsUNeX

12/08/22

Hope everyone is having a good summer. Some exciting new installations happening at school…showcasing incredible student graphic design and photography! https://t.co/CRyDlqk5G2

09/08/22

Retweeted From Philip Chapman 🏏🐝

This is really exciting. https://t.co/sNpmIGwzKP

08/08/22

Retweeted From Woking News & Mail

A shared love of art has brightened up West Byfleet Station as gardeners from West Byfleet Gardening Group and year 8 artists from , created a vivid new mural with the help of local artist Nathalie Beauvillain Scott. See https://t.co/fntbOqOF1p https://t.co/vNi0vmS1OQ

07/08/22

Retweeted From Woking News & Mail

A shared love of art has brightened up West Byfleet Station as gardeners from West Byfleet Gardening Group and year 8 artists from , created a vivid new mural with the help of local artist Nathalie Beauvillain Scott. See https://t.co/fntbOqOF1p https://t.co/vNi0vmS1OQ

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Operations

 

Operations board

Teachers need more time to teach and so we work to allow schools to focus on delivering excellent education by centralising services to achieve operational efficiencies.  We provide robust and centralised services support to our schools, enabling resources to be used as effectively as possible.

Headed by the CFO, the operations board comprises the business managers and bursars of the member schools, central team managers and any appropriate co-opted professionals from in and outside the trust.  It contributes to the termly monitoring return to the trust.  Its responsibilities include ensuring that all schools are financially viable, examining and progressing synergies across the trust, highlighting capital and maintenance projects and ensuring that our services, such as HR and payroll, are effectively run and monitored. 

Procurement

Learning Partners aspires to be a school-led multi-academy trust, with the member schools working together for mutual benefit.  In financial terms, our ethos is to support schools and maximise their resources available for learning and teaching, our shared core purpose.

The trust provides opportunities to:

  • Increase our shared buying power
  • Provide services in-house that are currently bought-in
  • Centralise key support services where economic and practical to do so

Expert procurement practice can provide a welcome source of additional funds. The trust provides cost-efficiency health checks, reviewed annually, to ensure every school benefits from the best possible pricing versus benchmarks.  We also provide a database of preferred suppliers and management of utility procurement and school insurances.

Learning Partners provides shared service benefits in the areas of human resources and financial data, legal, IT, governance, marketing, development, CPD/training, Ofsted health check and facilities management as centralised executive services.