The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP)
'Putting children at the heart of everything we do'.
The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership is a respected multi-academy trust connecting schools in Birmingham, Staffordshire and Warwickshire including six primary schools, three secondary school and one national teaching school. The ATLP has been pioneering school improvement since 2009. Our growing learning family comprises 5,500 students and more than 900 staff. Our core pupose and vision is to provide outstanding education across the partnership through collaborative working, local responsibility and accountability, systematic quality assurance and a commitment to continual improvement.
We believe that every child has the right to be a powerful learner. Our schools are connected by a strong moral purpose to provide accessible, outstanding education for all, in happy, creative, nurturing and aspirational environments. Our academies and partners are quite distinctive and separate, serving different communities and phases; but all are either, or have the capacity to become 'Good' or 'Outstanding' schools.
Working together rather than in isolation means that we can accelerate school improvement and ensure excellence in and across our family of schools. As an established MAT, we have developed the capacity and capability to raise standards collectively and have made a demonstrable impact on our learning communities. Our academies benefit from ambitious leadership and governance, and excellent teaching and learning. We strive to raise standards and expectations: to develop innovative, creative and resilient learners; to ensure excellence in all that we do, through strong collaborative working and a shared commitment to all pupils in all our schools.
Our aim is quite simply the opportunity to make all schools better, to determine our own destinies and to transform the live of those around us.
To provide outstanding education across the Partnership.
The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership is committed to delivering outstanding provision through collaborative working, local responsibility and accountability, systematic quality assurance and a commitment to continual improvement.
The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership will:
- enhance the lives of children and young people attending the Trust’s centres and academies, and their families and carers, principally through providing outstanding education, but also through making appropriate contributions to the local communities served by the centres and academies.
- ensure that appropriate links are made with other local support agencies in order to deliver effective care for the individual child or young person.
- recognise the equal importance of all staff in contributing to success across the Partnership.
- ensure high quality professional development for all staff contributes to the quality of education offered in each centre and academy.
- maintain high quality performance management programmes for all staff, and ensure that performance management directly relates to improving outcomes for children and young people in each centre and academy.
Teaching and Learning
- Sustaining high quality teaching and learning is fundamental to the purpose of the partnership and to achieving aspirational outcomes for all.
- The Partnership is committed to delivering teaching and learning which not only enables children and young people to achieve their potential academically, but also produces good citizens for the future, capable of thinking independently, using knowledge intelligently, morally and collaboratively and working effectively with others for the common good.
- The Partnership is committed to improving the quality of teaching and learning across the Partnership through collaborative working.
- The Partnership will ensure that transition between phases of education will be managed in such a way as to enhance and build on children’s and young people’s progress.
- The Partnership is committed to high quality professional development, appropriate to the needs of the individual and of the Partnership, for all its people throughout the organisation.
For further information on the ATLP please visit www.atlp.org.uk