Our Partnerships are a long-term, whole-school strategic approach to raising achievement and inspiring a love of learning. Throughout the academic year we work with students, parents and staff on three fundamental areas;


Metacogntion or Learn to Learn


Self – Regulation and Resilience


The Whole Child




Each Partnership is designed and tailored around your school’s needs. Together, we create a clear vision that is entwined with the School Development Plan, ensuring the Partnership is an integral part of the school’s strategic direction and ethos.



Our Partnerships are based on research, psychology for change, and an evidence-informed school improvement cycle. All this provides a sustainable and scalable approach for schools that continues long after we have gone.



The Partnerships are the “cement” for schools that strive for success. Our holistic, research-led approach has a significant impact on our Partner Schools. Read our Impact Report here

What is One Hub?

All our work on the ground is supported by our innovative online platform, the One Hub, which provides a collaborative space for staff to share best practice.

The Hub provides an opportunity for constructive discussions, the sharing of best practice and allows your school to provide constant, high–quality CPD through webinars, podcasts, research bulletins, presentations, and pratical resources.


“We use the One Hub as THE learning place – separate from the data, accountability measures and those processes. It’s all about the learning and nothing else.”

“The best thing about the Hub is that it promotes theoretical and conceptual conversations rather than just the ‘day to day business’ of teaching."


rated the quality of resources on the One Hub as high to very high.


of staff rated our online platform, the One Hub, as good to excellent.

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Case Study: 
Matthew Pinder, Assistant Principal, Hinchingbrooke School

“Working with Learning Performance is a true Partnership; throughout the year we have worked together to develop a bespoke programme of workshops to benefit our students and allow them to reach their full potential. This collaborative approach is key for us in order to meet the needs of our students. Student feedback from the individual workshops has been excellent with 87% finding the ideas and techniques covered in the workshops good to excellent. The majority of students also stated that they found it helpful with their studies and 95% felt that the presenters were good to excellent as well. Our internal tracking showed that value added increased over the period of the workshops in all year groups by between 10.2 and 25.5 points.”

Case Study:
Tony Baldwin, Herne Bay High School

“I saw Carrie’s presentation at the Times Festival of Education; two or three weeks later I could still remember what she had been through and I thought that our students could really benefit with knowing these techniques. Having spoken to Carrie, and several others, at Learning Performance, I loved the family approach, the personalised service that we receive. I like to invest in people who I think I can work closely with and really understand the needs of the students.”

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