Learning in Middlesbrough

Welcome to the new Learning in Middlesbrough website – a one-stop shop for education resources, advice, and self-help information to support families and professionals.

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Our unique website provides parents, professionals, and the wider community with up-to-date information which fits with our agenda of ‘ensuring that every child and young person in Middlesbrough has equal access to high quality education that increases and improves life chances, through achievement of the best possible outcomes at every stage of their learning journey and beyond.’

Learning in Middlesbrough offers a range of online education tools, from education resources and professional development opportunities in the professionals section, to self-help resources for families to access at home.


Latest News

Take 10

October 11th, 2021|0 Comments

Staff from the School Readiness Team took time out to join in with the National Literacy Trust’s Take10 campaign.  Posting on their Facebook page they encouraged families to share their photos of reading together

Hullabaloo Lockdown Babies Project

October 4th, 2021|0 Comments

The School Readiness Team were involved in the Hullabaloo Lockdown Babies Project during the summer. Delivering over 400 play packs to new parents in Middlesbrough and providing information, advice and guidance at a difficult

September 30th, 2021|0 Comments

Local author joins forces with Middlesbrough Reads to create a fun Walk and Talk Trail  The wonderful Kate Dalgleish, local author of ‘Edmund the Elephant who forgot’ has worked with Middlesbrough Reads to create

September 30th, 2021|0 Comments

St Joseph’s receive a very special visit from best-selling author Katherine Rundell St Joseph’s RC School won an exclusive virtual visit from Katherine Rundell, the author and curator of The Book of Hopes, Bloomsbury’s

Launching the Learning and Education Strategy 2021-2024

July 14th, 2021|0 Comments

Never before have we experienced events and challenges that schools, leaders, teachers, parents and pupils have faced over the last 12 months.  However, despite these challenges much has been achieved. The Learning and Education Strategy