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Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together

Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together

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.


Essential LTT News

During such unprecedented times, we know schools are facing huge challenges. As a collective LTT are responding to these challenges with primary consideration to supporting the schools and partners we work with.

Please find below the most recent action we have taken and information available to support you. 


To find more information/ news/ resources from your local teaching school please click the logos below or visit the Partnership News page to see the latest issue of Partnership News







Most recent updates  

DfE update - 11 May 2020

New guidance/ actions for schools re-opening from 1st June - click here


SLE recruitment - application deadline 20 May 2020

The recruitment window for SLEs is now open - if you would like to apply or find out more click here



National Thank A Teacher Day - 20th May 2020 


Wednesday 20th May is National Thank a Teacher Day. It will mark a moment when we, as a nation, can come together to say thank you to teachers across the country who are making a difference not only now during these unprecedented times, but every day of the year. The Teaching Awards Trust are asking as many people as possible to share their message of thanks, ideally in a video clip leading up to the day. This will be in an expression of their choosing - singing a song/miming to a song of thanks to their teacher, writing and/or reciting a poem, or sharing a picture of a drawing. For more information visit


#ThankATeacher       #HowWillYouSayThankYou


NQT Updates 

Further information/ guidance from the Lincolnshire Appropriate Bodies is now available for all  NQTs in response to the government guidelines for NQT induction- click here to see more



We have summarised the key points below:

  • The TRA have advised that NQTs should not complete induction early. The existing timeframes remain in place.
  • NQTs are required to continue gathering evidence (where possible) to demonstrate their progress towards satisfactorily meeting the teachers’ standards. Further guidance regarding support to both NQTs and their Induction Tutors will be issued by LTT at the beginning of summer term 1.

 There is also a helpful FAQ document available.


DfE Updates

New guidance/ action for schools re-opening from 1st June - click here


New guidance/ framework for re-opening - click here


Key worker list - click here


Guidance on social distancing in education settings - click here to see the details 


Guidance on safeguarding in schools, colleges and other providers - click here to see the details 


Communication to all LTT Partners - 16th March 2020

From today, the 16th March 2020 and until 29th May, we are suspending face to face training and activity.   In line with advice given we will also suspend all SLE and LLE deployments. If and when it is appropriate, online platforms may be used to allow meetings or training to continue. This will be reviewed on a case by case basis and we will communicate directly with you if this affects you. We aim to resume normal activity on the 1st June 2020 providing the national situation allows.


We have taken this decision in light of the challenging times we know our schools are facing; we realise that schools will need to retain capacity and to focus on the frontline – the care of the children and young people that they serve, their families, and their communities.  We wish to be sensitive to this pressure. 


All Teaching Schools within LTT are currently continuing to operate, and if you have any queries you can contact us by email  and by phone 07771 255270, where we will respond to you as soon as we are able. The teaching schools will share information through social media channels and also through the LTT website


We wish you all the best in these challenging times.  We continue to believe that connectivity and collaboration will be vital for our schools even if it is not practical to facilitate physically. If you feel there is some other way in which we can support you please do not hesitate to contact us.


Have you seen?

Partnership News - Issue 5 of Partnership News is now available


Did you know?

LTT are part of numerous DfE initiatives and projects, to find out more click the links/ logos below:





Commissioning a SEND review   


TLIF – Teaching & Leadership Innovation Fund


TSST – Teacher Subject Specialism Training                        


National Professional Qualifications