The highly-respected Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP) has launched an exciting scheme which will unite businesses and improve educational opportunities for students simultaneously.

The ATLP Partner Programme will bring together students, parents, businesses, organisations and alumni, with the aim of enhancing education, empowering learners and providing profitable networking opportunities.

Membership will enable partners to foster connections, share expertise and support the educational community. Through networking events, partnerships and fundraising activities, opportunities for professional growth, community engagement and educational advancement will be enhanced.

The ATLP Partner Programme launch event takes place at Arthur Terry School on Wednesday, June 5.

ATLP Fundraising Manager Brian Davies is hugely enthusiastic about the impact the Partner Programme – featuring six networking events per year – could have on local businesses and students.

The ATLP Partner Programme can help your business to thrive.

He said: “At the ATLP, children are at the heart of everything we do and we are constantly committed to working with the community to create new opportunities for our 11,200-plus students, including those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged.

“The ATLP consists of 24 schools and one Teaching School Hub and we pride ourselves on being ‘One Trust’ to bring about the best outcomes for our young people. We also recognise that ‘Together We Are Stronger’ and this ethos extends far beyond the classroom.

“The programme is similar to the Royal Sutton Coldfield Chamber of Commerce, but on a bigger scale and based around the parents and alumni within the ATLP school family.”

Membership costs £1,000 per year and is open to parents, alumni and local businesses within the ATLP catchment area of Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield, Tamworth, Coleshill and Coventry.

If you would like to open new doors for your business, whilst also helping to generate funding to enhance equitable opportunities for students across the West Midlands, then please get in touch by emailing Brian Davies at

For more details, visit ATLP Partner Programme – The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership.