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The Brigshaw Learning Partnership is a charitable company which supports the work of the seven schools and children’s centres in their community.  They are based at Vicars’ Court, a former Victorian primary school in Allerton Bywater. Their key priorities are focused on improving the quality of teaching, learning and leadership in their schools to enable pupils and students to achieve better outcomes.



Friends of Foxwood Farm, has been involved in providing resources and funding for children in the East Leeds area for around 50 years.  The aim of the charity is to give children experiences that they may not otherwise get, in order to help improve their social wellbeing and development. 

Leeds City Council provides services for children and families across Leeds, a child friendly city.  Representatives from Leeds City Council on the Board include local councillors and a senior librarian.

Leeds Trinity University was invited to become one of LEPP's four strategic partners on the basis that the University's expertise in teacher training could support the aims and aspirations outlined in the trust's four key priorities.