• Welcome to the London Leadership Strategy

    The London Leadership Strategy (LLS) is a not-for-profit organisation run and led by serving Headteachers to transform schools and improve outcomes for children in London and beyond.

  • London Ed is powered by London Leadership Strategy and forms part of a range of tools to help projects funded by the London Schools Excellence Fund communicate with each other, with the 800 schools in London involved in the project and with the wider teaching community.

The London Leadership Strategy (LLS) is a not-for-profit organisation that is run and led by serving Headteachers. It is born out of the London Challenge and works to keep its spirit and mission alive.

LLS is an effective national network providing school-to-school support. We have an extensive network of National Leaders of Education (NLEs) and a network of outstanding schools leading learning across the country.

Our programmes support all schools at every point of their development journey. Whether you need support in school improvement, maintaining outstanding provision, leadership or peer-to-peer support in your Headship, check out our programmes below to see how we can help you.

Securing Good is a year long, highly effective programme delivering measurable results for schools who require improvement. A solution focused approach to achieving Good at Ofsted, the Securing Good programme gives participating schools the opportunity to work with a dedicated Consultant Head on identified development areas.

The Going for Great (G4G) programme supports a cohort of schools on their improvement journey, enabling them to share and build on outstanding practice and what is currently working well in schools, allowing them to demonstrate sustained school-to-school leadership. The 2015/16 intake will include the first primary cohort, in addition to secondary schools. 

Our SEND Leaders programme supports schools to raise standards for children with SEND through a bespoke package of support. The programme helps schools to identify areas for improvement within their SEND provision; equip those supporting school improvement to review and create improvement plans for SEND provision and embed a focus on SEND.

The MITA programme is led by the UCL Institute of Education Centre for Inclusive Education and Funded by the Education Endowment Foundation. It is investigating how the deployment of TAs can be improved with intervention from LLS’s MITA Reviewers using the Teaching Assistant Deployment Review Guide. 

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