What is the Healthy Learning Trust?

The Healthy Learning Trust is a new Multi Academy Trust (MAT) with Flixton Girls School (FGS) being the lead school.


Our Vision

Through our principles of Aspiration, Empowerment and Excellence the Healthy Learning Trust empowers young people to enhance their own lives and the lives of others through our unique partnership with health and well-being providers to deliver a programme across our FIVE PATHWAYS to Health, Well-being and Scholarship:

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…healthy lives, healthy minds, healthy futures…

Why the Healthy Learning Trust?

A focus for a Healthy Future

The networks, expertise and partnerships that will be made available to the Trust go way beyond those offered in standard MAT models.

The Trust has a firm belief in the importance and significance of health and well-being (physical and emotional) on academic outcomes for young people. Statistics demonstrate that students who take part in health related programmes at get better external examination results.

The Trust focuses on developing career pathways for students into healthcare and this ties in with our innovative curriculum development based on our Five Pillars.

The specific benefits for students within the Trust are considerable. We are passionate about facilitating social mobility and the opportunities for work experience and mentoring in the health sector would be truly unmatched and invaluable.


Our  key partners:

We have extensive partnerships in place with proven and high profile partners to ensure our curriculum and entitlement for students is of exceptional quality and has accountable impact. These include:

  • NHS
  • Health Education England
  • Youth Sports Trust
  • Outward Bound Trust
  • Pivotal Education Ltd
  • Trafford Local Authority
  • GMP
  • Trafford Community Sport and Leisure Trust
  • Trafford College


What Next?

If you are interested in having an initial conversation with us about the Healthy Learning Trust being involved in your school please contact us via email contact@healthylearningtrust.org.uk .