Lumen Education Trust

Lumen Education Trust

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Organisation type: 
Educational body
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The school is currently working with 2 primary schools and a secondary school to establish a multi-academy trust. Lumen Education will serve primary and secondary schools in Luton and the local region and plans to grow to 10 schools over time. We are involving a group of schools with a collective consciousness to work collaboratively towards a singular goal: pupils with diverse backgrounds and abilities will develop the knowledge, skills and understanding to overcome any barriers to their success.

  • We believe in preserving the individuality and traditions of each school in the Trust.
  • Our aim is to build a learning community that will share exceptional educational achievement for all.
  • All members of the trust will make an influential contribution in the pursuit of high quality learning, for pupils and staff.
  • We are committed to excellence, attainment and life long learning.
  • We will have a strong local identity, engaging effectively with parents and the wider community.


·High Quality and Inclusive Education – delivers high quality education across their academies, including for disadvantaged children and children with SEND, and operates fair access. Has effective central leadership teams, strong school leadership and teaching, and uses evidence-based curriculum design and implementation.

·School Improvement – works quickly to improve standards within all their schools, particularly transforming previously under performing schools, and maintaining appropriately performing schools. Deploys the best staff in the schools where they are needed most and prioritises staff wellbeing.

·Strategic Governance – operates an effective and robust governance structure that involves schools and exemplifies ethical standards. Utilises the expertise and skills on its boards to oversee the strategic direction of the trusts effectively and hold leaders to account. Has a strong local identity, engaging effectively with parents and the wider community.

·Financial Management – is underpinned by strong and effective financial management, prioritising the use of resources, including the estate, to deliver the best educational experience for children.

·Workforce – trains, recruits, develops, deploys and retains great teachers and leaders throughout their careers, proactively engaging in Initial Teacher Training and the Early Career Framework, supporting staff development by using National Professional Qualifications and other evidence-based professional development and providing them with opportunities to progress.

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