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Peterborough Learning Partnership is committed to developing communities that create successful learning and leadership, confident individuals and responsible citizens.

They provide benefits to all children and young people by developing, delivering, commissioning and evaluating a wide range of learning and development opportunities.

The opportunities provided for schools, supports all members and partners in raising aspirations and standards to create better outcomes for all.

The PLP is proud to have over 80 school members from three local authorities – Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.

Over 24,000 learners and 700 teachers are in schools in their partnership and school members benefit from being linked through to local, regional, national and international organisations.

This helps our members by adding value to their offer, supporting them in the school improvement journey and improving life chances for learners.

Diane Cox, Managing Director of The Education Network over the East Midlands (Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire) and East Anglia (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Norfolk) joined the partnership in 2014 as a Voluntary Board member.

The Education Network is proud to be working in unison with the PLP to support the local community.

For further information regarding the partnership or if you’d like to be involved in something similar in one of the above areas, please contact:

Helen Sutcliffe, Recruitment Services Director.

T: 01733 294 551

E: Helen.sutcliffe@ednetwork.co.uk

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