All members of Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together (LTT) are committed to achieving one common goal: working together so every learner succeeds.
We are dedicated to transforming the lives of children and young people through our relentless pursuit of excellence in every lesson, in every classroom and in every school.
We work together to build a strong collaborative network where, as educators, we can learn together, we can innovate and develop both as teachers and as leaders, and find support that leads to better outcomes for all.
We are champions of excellent professional development and will create opportunities for professionals at all levels to learn together.
To find out more use the headings on the right hand side of the screen to navigate around the site.
LTT Twitter - we are now on Twitter - you can follow us - @Lincsteaching
The latest issue of Partnership news is now available - click here
The website includes latest news/ updates and resources - visit now - www.confidentchoices.co.uk
Information on accessing the Recover Lincolnshire activity will be sent out regularly via Teaching Schools, Locality Leads and on the weekly school news bulletin. You can also visit this page for all up to date information.
Latest update - English Curriculum Recovery - Reading Programme
Session 2 aims to support schools with the teaching and learning of reading using a blended approach. We will explore how to structure and plan reading using a whole class approach with quality texts at the centre recognising that effective and expert teaching remains a high priority. Session 2 will run on 26th November at 12.30 to 1.30pm and 4 – 5pm. - To book please email – Admin@equatetsa.co.uk
If you have a NQT and have not yet registered them with an Appropriate Body for their induction, this should be done as soon as possible. The Early Career page on the LTT website has details of the teaching schools that are also Appropriate Bodies.
Click here to find the details.
Partnership News - Issue 2 of Partnership News is now available
LTT are part of numerous DfE initiatives and projects, to find out more click the links/ logos below: