We believe there is something very special about The Brigshaw Learning Partnership; it is a great environment to learn, work and grow in. We serve a close-knit community in East Leeds and are committed to improving outcomes for our families, children and young people.
For over a decade, our schools have collaborated to ensure all children have access to high standards of education, guidance and support. In 2016, our schools cemented this collaboration further through the formation of The Brigshaw Learning Partnership (BLP), a Multi-Academy Trust.
This context gives us a unique opportunity to shape a child’s journey from infancy all the way through to university or a high quality alternative. This is a huge opportunity, and a responsibility we take very seriously. Our seven schools share a common commitment to improving outcomes and raising aspirations for all students in the communities we serve.
Our mission is to provide a cradle to career education that allows our children to enjoy lives of choice and opportunity. By the age of 18, we want every child to have the option of university or a high quality alternative. This means that we aim for life changing personal and academic outcomes, with no child left behind.
Chief Education Officer, Brigshaw Learning Partnership
Brigshaw Partnership Vision and ValuesWe're proud to belong to the Brigshaw Partnership, working together with six other school, sharing our experiences, expertise and resources to provide exceptional education and opportunities in our community. The Brigshaw Values are:
We are one team with one goal, unapologetically ambitious for all in the belief that every child can achieve, regardless of their background or socio-economic status. We work with each other and for each other.
We give 100% effort. We don’t make excuses or give up when it’s hard, embracing challenges as opportunities for growth. We know success is achieved incrementally.
We are open about our successes and areas for growth and take responsibility to become better, every day.
We are a partnership of seven schools, working together to provide exceptional opportunities to students and families in Leeds. We are:
Tuesday 6 September to Friday 21 October
Monday 20 Feb to Friday 31 March
Wednesday 4 January to Friday 10 February
Monday 31 October to Friday 16 December
Monday 17 April to Friday 26 May
Monday 19 December to Monday 2 January
Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October
Monday 13 February to Friday 17 February
Monday 3 April to Friday 14 April
Monday 29 May to Friday 2 June
Wednesday 26 July to Friday 1 September
Monday 5 June to Tuesday 25 July
Here are our curricular plans for each class. This year we are currently on cycle B.
Kippax North Primary School aims to enable all young people to become;
The below timetable applies to applications made to Leeds City Council. If you apply to another local authority, they may have different dates