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Strategic partners

Exceed Teaching School Hub is delighted to work in partnership with school-based partners for the delivery of the Early Career Framework (ECF) and National Professional Qualifications (NPQs):

 

Exceed Academies Trust. A trust of eight schools including six primary schools, an all-through school and an alternative provision academy. Copthorne Primary School is the lead school of Exceed Teaching School Hub. The trust also leads Exceed Institute and Exceed SCITT.

Bradford Opportunity Area. The BOA was launched by the government in 2017 with an aim to understand and tackle the various challenges and barriers children and young people faced in the district. The BOA has been implementing a wide range of interventions, based on evidence and best practice, to help change the life course of these children and young people for the better.
The Opportunity Area programme will end following the 2021/ 22 academic year. During this final year, the Department for Education and key partners will be working together to ensure that the excellent work since the start of the programme will continue and have a lasting, positive effect on the area and young people who live in Bradford.

Northern Star Academies Trust. The Trust comprises primary and secondary schools from across North and West Yorkshire. It educates children and young people from EYFS to Post 16. At the heart of Trust is a highly experienced Northern Lights TSA and Northern Lights SCITT.

White Rose Academies Trust. A trust of four schools including three secondary schools and a primary school in Leeds. The Trust is part of the Luminate Group that includes Leeds City College.

Titus Salt School. This LA-maintained secondary school in Baildon is a school with great aspirations; a proud history and heritage yet always looks to the future.

Wellspring Academy Trust. A trust of twenty-two schools, including special and alternative provisions.