Slide One
Slide B
  • L.E.A.D. TSA

    At the L.E.A.D. Teaching School Alliance we are committed to high quality training that impacts on the learning experiences of every child’s education.

    Find out more
    find out more
  • CPD Courses

    We run a suite of leadership development programmes for leaders at all stages of their career; from trainee teachers and NQTs right up to headteachers and system leaders.

    Find out more
    find out more
  • ITT Programmes

    We work closely with the University of Nottingham to design and develop an innovative Initial Teacher Training programme linked with teaching in urban settings.

    Find out more
    find out more

L.E.A.D. Academy Trust Family Film

Showcasing our values in action

School Direct Training - The Programme

"I developed the theory and concepts; then put it into practice in the classroom."

School Direct Training - The Support

"I was given support both in school through the Teaching Alliance and externally via Nottingham University."

School Direct Training - Enrichment

"The enrichment sessions cover a variety of topics, from behaviour management to parental engagement."

temp_arrow temp_arrow

Headline Events

View all events

Jun

27

Progression and Assessment in Primary Languages: Nottingham

The College Street Centre

Progression and Assessment in Primary Languages: Nottingham  Primary Schools are now expected to teach languages to all classes in KS2 and to ensure that teaching focuses on substantial progress in one language  To ensure the quality of langauge learning in Primary School, clear systems of assesment need to be in

Jul

04

Subject leadership for Primary Languages: Nottingham

The College Street Centre

Subject leadership for Primary Languages: Nottingham This course is designed to provide subject leaders with the skills to develop their subject leadership role for KS2 languages.  It will explore roles and responsibilities and consider how you can best support colleagues, embed good practice and ensure that primary languages is an

Latest Tweets

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

Enjoy everyone! https://t.co/CcspSM5qGW

3 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

RT @windmilllead: Eco Council had a fantastic trip to Foodprint supermarket last week. We learned about food sustainability and how shops l…

3 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

RT @LEADLanguages: @yorkshirejohn from the British Council at the #emprilangs conference in Nottingham. Such fantastic resources available…

3 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

RT @birleyhead: Although we don’t do it for the thanks, it’s always so lovely to receive it. To #empower is to care for each other. @birl

3 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

VACANCY #2! We are searching for a 'Lead Practitioner - Primary Maths' to inspire and motivate teaching colleagues… https://t.co/JidJrCm4AX

4 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

HEADTEACHER VACANCY! We are looking to appoint an inspirational leader, to drive forward improvement and achievem… https://t.co/GS5Pgv5XTU

4 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

RT @windmilllead: The Junior Authors loved seeing Cressida Cowell’s live drawing of illustrations from her new Wizards of Once book when th…

5 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

RT @windmilllead: Caroline Lawrence’s top tips for being a great writer were awesome! The Junior Authors are so keen to try them out back a…

5 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

RT @HeadAllSaintWad: Great learning never stops at Waddington All Saints @LEADAcadTrust https://t.co/6phgsFe8TY

5 days ago

Twitter @LEADAcadTrust

@LEADAcadTrust

Well done Classes 2 & 8! https://t.co/DcGDCaeEVC

5 days ago

Proud to be Supported by Our Initial Teacher Educator

Proud to be Supported by Our Initial Teacher Educator

'Each session has been of real value.'

'Thank you! We have implemented so many of your ideas throughout the academic year to improve children's learning.'

'Fantastic course. I wish I could do a refresher each year. My practice has improved dramatically and given me avenues to continue research and developing.'

'Really enjoyed the course - talking honestly with teachers was both useful and informative.'

'Many thanks to the course leaders for their enthusiasm and passion.'

'It has been great to hear from other professionals from both Primary and Secondary. It is great to see the similarities and differences over the five key stages and how we all aim for the same things.'

'Thank you for the support. I really enjoyed the course and hearing others' opinions.'

temp_arrow temp_arrow

Do you want to inspire young people and make a difference? The Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance (LTSA SCITT) provides a dynamic and supportive environment in which to learn to teach, offering a high-quality, school-based training programme in which you can benefit from working closely alongside experienced and committed staff, who are eager to share their skills, experience and practice with the next generation of teachers.

Find Out More Equate Teaching School Alliance
cross