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LGfL is a Charitable Trust Whose Mission is the Advancement of Education

We don't profit from schools. We reinvest back into Education.

Our Passions

Saving Schools Money

Keeping Children Safe

Tackling Inequality

Energising Teaching and Learning

Promoting Wellbeing

Our Impact

We provide schools with licences worth more than £11 M per annum as part of their broadband subscription

Since 2014 we've identified more than £120 M in potential funding for free school meals

LGfL has thrice won the Not for Profit Supplier of the Year to Education

LGfL has delivered some of the world's biggest implementations of Cloud Platforms

We love making a difference to schools

Lawford Primary School

Lawford C of E Primary School in Manningtree (Essex) chose to join the National Grid for Learning when their Local Authority broadband service stopped. Members of the senior team and teachers explain why they chose LGfL and what they are looking forward to achieving.

Making the most of LGfL Services

The recent evolution of the LGfL service offer comes at a time when helping schools with procuring technical services is paramount. Increasingly schools are looking to LGfL to help with sharing their expertise in this key area.

LGfL is recognised by schools and the industry for its success in advancing education

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Our projects are supporting the digital transformation and the advancement of education

Cheam Common Junior Academy - Winners of LGfL Digital Excellence Awards 2020

Cheam Common Junior Academy are using the cloud to make their work more efficient, make cost savings and for safeguarding (through a cloud-based safeguarding system). Their 1:1 Chromebook deployment in Year 4 and 5 has allowed great innovation in terms of pupils' learning experiences; Slides and Classroom are used consistently as the main teaching platform, being supported by LGfL and other third party applications.

Burnt Oak Junior School - Winners of LGfL Digital Excellence Awards 2020

Burnt Oak Junior School use the Adobe tools in various subject areas and on any topic; the school newspaper (produced by Journalism Club) is a further example where they fully utilise the tools offered by Adobe Creative Cloud.

Our success is powered by brilliant companies and charities that share our mission to advance education

Partners powering LGfL services and support

We are supported by a Digital Transformation Partner Network

LGFL's partners are doing brilliant technical work in schools and helping teachers and children get the most from their LGfL subscription

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