Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust

Kingston upon Hull, United Kingdom

Location: Kingston upon Hull, United Kingdom

About Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust

Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust formally known as YHCLT was created in September 2016 and now includes 2 secondary and 7 primary schools.

Our aim, underpinned by co-operative values and an ethical approach to leadership, is to inspire our students and staff and bring rapid and sustained improvement to the communities we live and work in.


Members of Thrive Co-operative Learning Trust strive to demonstrate the following ethical values in everything we do:

  • Openness - We believe in being open with colleagues with colleagues and with children and their families, in our schools and beyond, sharing information and ideas to raise standards and life chances
  • Honesty - We act honestly and with integrity, working in a professional and respectful manner in our dealings with everyone
  • Social responsibility - We maximise our impact on the people in our communities while minimising our footprint on the world
  • Caring for Others - We treat everyone with respect, care and sensitivity, understanding that children are our absolute priority
  • Self-help and self-responsibility -  We support learners, parents, carers and staff to help themselves and to take responsibility for their own actions


  • To create school communities where people can thrive and talent can grow.
  • To ensure learners have every opportunity to succeed, developing self-reliance and a love of learning.
  • To promote a culture of the highest possible aspiration for all, ensuring good and outstanding schools continue to thrive, while schools in need of support rapidly improve
  • To ensure staff are dedicated to achieving the best outcomes for all learners, understanding their own responsibilities and the need to be accountable for their impact
  • To ensure staff are dedicated to being inspiring lifelong learners, committed to working creatively together to develop their own skills and knowledge
  • To develop leaders who are flexible, innovative and supportive, whilst also ensuring that all systems are rigorous, robust and challenging in delivering the best possible outcomes for all learners
  • To create a co-operative community of schools where by sharing resources and working together, we deliver a sustainable model of school improvement that is challenging, supportive and effective


Address: Head Office, Kelvin Hall School, Bricknell Avenue, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU5 4QH, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1482 342229