The Horley Learning Partnership (HLP) is an Extended Learning Confederation in partnership with schools and other agencies, in order to generate quality educational opportunities to inspire a life-long learning community.
Horley Infant School was one of the eleven schools chosen to pilot the Surrey initiative ‘Organising for Success’ along with:
- Burstow Primary School
- Charlwood Infant School (now primarys chool)
- Langshott Infant School (now primary school)
- Manorfield Primary and Nursery School
- Meath Green Infant School
- Meath Green Junior School
- Oakwood Secondary School
- Salfords Primary School
- Woodfield Special School
- Yattendon Junior School.
The main focus of the pilot project was the development of a range of services to a group of schools within a pilot locality to develop autonomous management and integrated service delivery. Since its original development, the local schools have worked closely to promote social inclusion, raise achievement and discuss the role of schools as part of community solutions to local needs.
More recently, other schools have joined the informal partnership including:
- Trinity Oaks Primary School
- Earlswood Infant & Junior School
- Westvale Park Primary Academy
- Lingfield Primary School
- Godstone Primary School
- Dormansland Primary School
Similarly, some of the eleven schools who initally formed the HLP have subsequently joined Multi-Academy Trusts or have developed other links and therefore no longer work closely within the Horley Learning Partnership.