Strategic Partners

Learn Sheffield is an organisation that believes that improvement is achieved through working in effective partnerships. Our vision sets out our city’s education partnership between Learn Sheffield, children and young people, education professionals, schools, colleges, families and communities. Our core stakeholders are our members, who own 80% of Learn Sheffield, and Sheffield City Council, who own 20%, and we work with a wide range of partners, within Sheffield, across the region and nationally to support the improvement of our schools.

Sheffield Partners Sheffield Teaching Schools Regional & National Partners Learn Sheffield Fellows

Sheffield Partners

Within the city we work closely with the Sheffield City Council, the universities of the city and various partnership groups, which represent the different sectors in Sheffield education.

Sheffield City Council Sheffield Hallam University The University of Sheffield
Primary Leaders Partnership Secondary Leaders
Special Leaders

Sheffield Teaching Schools

The Sheffield Teaching Schools Group contains all of the TSAs (Teaching School Alliances) which are based within the city. The group is facilitated by Learn Sheffield and meets approximately half termly. The purpose of the group is to provide a platform for collaboration, in the best interests of Sheffield professionals and young people, and to share information between TSAs. The group also includes other strategic partners, for example Sheffield Hallam University and other non-TSA providers whose work includes similar priorities to those of the group.

Each of the teaching schools has described themselves and shared their current priorities and key opportunities below. The group has expanded for 2017/18 with the designation of two additional TSAs, Five Rivers TSA and Silversmith TSA, and the re-designation of Escafeld TSA as two separate teaching schools, Mercia Learning Alliance and Fields of Learning TSA.

Regional & National Partners

More information to follow in the Autumn term.

Learn Sheffield Fellows

More information to follow in the Autumn term.