About Education Leeds
Education Leeds is a not-for-profit company, formed in April 2001 and wholly owned by Leeds City Council. From 2001 to 2006, the company was a unique partnership between Leeds City Council and Capita and operated under a direction from the Secretary of State for Education and Skills. Education Leeds had a five-year contract with the council making it responsible for providing all education support services that relate to children and young people of statutory school age. Chief Executive
In April 2006 the Secretary of State withdrew their powers of direction and Leeds City Council decided to continue the contract with Education Leeds. This ended the five-year strategic partnership with Capita.
The chief executive of Education Leeds is Chris Edwards. If you would like to raise a concern or make a comment about any aspect of our service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Leeds vision:
We want all children and young people to enjoy brilliant learning that gives them the skills, confidence, knowledge, understanding and skills to thrive and achieve their potential.
We want all Leeds schools to be brilliant learning places – to be good schools, improving schools and inclusive schools where every child and young person can be happy, healthy, safe, successful and where no child is left behind.