Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance

Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together

A partnership of eight teaching schools in Lincolnshire

LTSA are part of Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together (LTT). LTT are a partnership of eight Teaching Schools across Lincolnshire who as a group agree to work collaboratively, based on mutual trust and respect, to develop a self-improving school-led system in Lincolnshire. We are committed to achieving one common goal: working together so every learner succeeds.


Find out more by visiting the LTT website -

Did you know?

LTT are connected to numerous DfE initiatives and projects, to find out more click the links below:

Commissioning a SEND review

Computing Hub 

English Hub 

Maths Hub

Science Learning Partnership

TLIF – Teaching & Leadership Innovation Fund

TSST – Teacher Subject Specialism Training

National Professional Qualifications (NPQ)

LTT Partnership News is released monthly and includes information, updates and news from a range of partners within the sector who are collectively working together for improvement in Lincolnshire schools. You can find copies of partnership news on the LTT website - please click here. 

Recover Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Teaching Schools Together recognise the substantial work that schools are now facing in order to ensure their pupils and students can access high quality education and can get back on track to meet curriculum expectations, achieve their individual potential, and to be ready for their next stage of education or employment.  

LTT, funded by LCC, are working together to provide this ‘Recover Lincolnshire’ programme of support for schools. 

Virtual networks, access to resources and specialist support, and signposting of wider opportunities, will provide leaders and teachers across Lincolnshire with a universally accessible toolkit to help them in the months ahead.  Further information can be found in the Recover Lincolnshire Newsletters - click here


LTT and the Mobilise Project

LTT is delighted to have been commissioned to deliver the Mobilise Project on behalf of the Lincolnshire Learning Partnership.  The work of the EEF should be fundamental to school improvement in schools implementing evidence based improvements to practice and driving improvements in teaching, learning and outcomes for children.   We are pioneering a truly new way of working: Lincolnshire wants to be a leader in delivering sector-led improvement, at scale, and by making use of evidence based research.

Mobilise … the evidence, the workforce, the impact. Click on this link to visit the Mobilise webpage.