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'From the seeds of hard work grows a tree of success'

Middlesbrough Cooperative Learning Trust

Our vision is to use the strength of the Trust to create a community which seeks to raise the enjoyment, achievement and aspirations for all, ensuring children and families are supported through their learning journey and school life in pursuit of excellence. The values of the Trust are underpinned by the principles of equality, inclusion and commitment to support the well-being of every child and their family in our schools.

We believe that by working together we can improve the life chances of our children and young people across Middlesbrough, by:

  • Ensuring consistently high expectations across all our schools, among pupils, parents, carers and staff
  • Ensuring robust, local accountability through mutual challenge and support
  • Enabling all pupils to access high quality teaching and learning experiences by sharing ‘best practice’, resources and staff within the partnership and developing creative approaches to help us raise standards more consistently across our schools
  • Working more effectively with parents, carers and the wider community to promote health and well-being, develop a more aspirational culture, based on more integrated approaches with other partners working with our children and families such as health, social care, sport and leisure
  • Working with a range of external partners to further develop our creativity in providing wider cultural opportunities for pupils, families and community learning
  • Strengthening our commitment to a global perspective based on the principles of co-operative values:- respect, social justice and democracy

The values and ethical principles of the Co-operative Movement, especially the ideals of self-help and responsibility, as well as active membership, will underpin the work of the schools – and the Trust.

You can find further information by clicking on the links in the table below.

Document Title Download
Cooperative Trust News Download
Confirmation Letter Download
FV Booklet Download
Letter to Stakeholder Download
MCLT Booklet Download
MCLT questionnaire Download
Public Consultation Report Download
Statutory Proposals Download
Statutory Notice Download
IQM Centre of Excellence Award
IQM Inclusive School Award
E-Safety – Progress
E-Safety – Commitment
School games silver
Early years quality mark
Parent view
Numbers count
Eco schools
Click ceop
British heart foundation
Arts council England
School games gold

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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.

If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.