450k grant awarded to support Lincolnshire schools A 142,500 Department for Education bid has been awarded to support a new sector led school improvement model in jimmy choo flats sale Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together (LTT) is a new scheme which sees the county schools taking on responsibilities for their own improvement and helping one another. The county 3.4 million a year Educational Support Grant funding, was pulled in November 2016 following the transfer of council led improvement services to an independent model. Schools head teachers, governors and other stakeholders took on the role of challenging each other, improving education and becoming self sustaining. Close partnership working is already taking place through the jimmy choo private Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together partnership a group of six teaching schools jimmy choo shoes sandals working with over 240 schools in the county. The new government funding will be allocated to schools and partnerships where support is needed. Councillor Patricia Bradwell. Photo: Stuart Wilde Councillor Patricia Bradwell, Executive Councillor for jimmy choo sandals silver Children Services, said: have some of the best schools in the country, with over 90% rated either good or outstanding. important we use the talent, skills and experience of our teaching schools and those that are leading the way in terms of performance to drive improvements in other schools.
welcome funding boost will help ensure support is targeted at the right schools. Bretherton, Chair of Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together, added: aim is simple we want to work in partnership with school leaders and governors to ensure that every school in Lincolnshire is a good school. are finding that school leaders are increasingly taking responsibility for school improvement and are seeking partnerships which will help them succeed.