Our mission

Providing a formidable education, within the classroom and beyond, to inspire the next generation of global citizens


Our academies

LCT has a diverse range of academies, with young people from the age of 2 to 16, and 25 in a special setting.


Work for us

The trust seeks highly motivated and professional individuals to work for us. We are looking for people that have the passion and commitment to improve the life chances of our young people.


Become an LCT academy

LCT welcomes enquires from schools that share our vision and values, who may wish to join our multi academy trust.


Professional development

The trust is committed to developing our staff. We deliver first class training and development to ensure we nurture the best teaching and learning experiences for all.

Welcome to the

Learning Community Trust.

Developing compassionate, resilient and inspirational young people who can thrive within an ever-changing global community.

The Learning Community Trust is a multi academy trust which spans education for children and young people from the age of 2 years old, through to 16 years old, and up to 25 years old in our specialist settings – with an excellent reputation both regionally and nationally.

The Learning Community Trust was incorporated in June 2017 following approval by the Department for Education, we are now delighted to be an academy sponsor. The trust operates from our head office based in the heart of Telford.

Our academies

We are a family of academies throughout Shropshire.


5 primary academies

Our primary academies are in the heart of the community, many of which have nurseries.


5 secondary academies

Our secondary academies range from 900-1,200 students, serving their local community.


3 specialist academies

Our specialist academies are diverse and devoted to meet the complex needs of our young people.

Our statistics

Learning Community Trust in numbers

young people in our academies each year.
employees supporting our young people.
inspiration leaning campuses.
amazing academies in our family.

Our values

Values that drive our Trust to succeed

A trust with heart

We place our pupils, staff and families at the heart of everything we do; we support our pupils to become compassionate, caring and humble individuals.

Successful pupils

We create a pride in our academies and a thirst for learning that raises pupil aspirations, ensures our pupils are ambitious - both within school life and through extensive enrichment offers - in order to prepare them to be global citizens.

Never leave a child behind

We support all our pupils to ensure that - regardless of their background or starting point - they can achieve exceptional educational outcomes.

Learning for all

We deliver exciting, engaging and reflective learning in our classrooms, celebrating the differences of each academy's community, inspiring all pupils and staff to be the very best that they can be.

Thriving Community

We passionately believe that a positive, thriving community is the heartbeat of the academy. We embrace our collective strength to create a range of opportunities that enhance the lives of our children and families whilst also acknowledging and celebrating the distinctiveness and individuality of each academy’s community.

Respect for all

We celebrate equality, diversity, inclusivity and individuality because We believe that we have far more in common than that which divides us.

Together we are stronger

We are united in our vision to secure the best learning experiences for our pupils and our staff; pupils are safe and enjoy school; our staff enjoy working in our academies and have great opportunities to collaborate and develop their careers.

Coping with the challenges of life

We develop resilience within all our pupils and staff to ensure a mind-set for success and readiness to thrive within an ever-changing global community.

Latest news

What is going on at LCT

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Crudgington Primary celebrates pupils’ enterprising ventures

Showcasing enterprising ideas and business skills with their very own stalls at the summer fayre...
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Flying visit from RAF Shawbury pilots

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