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Herts for Learning (HfL) is a provider of school improvement services. Its main business comes through trading a wide range of school improvement and business support services to schools, academies and educational settings. The company also has a contract with Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) to deliver some of its statutory education functions.
With 521 shareholder schools, Herts for Learning Ltd is the UK’s largest Schools’ Company.
As a not for profit company, HfL constantly re-invests in the common good, by improving existing services, investing in new ones and contributing to relevant agendas that affect all schools, academies and settings.
HfL currently employs over 300 staff and the registered office is Robertson House, Six Hills Way, Stevenage, SG1 2FQ
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Herts for Learning (HfL) trades a range of school improvement and business support services to all types of schools, academies and settings.
The company seeks to minimise price rises to deliver a cost efficient and high quality service for schools and academies. As such HfL has become a respected and trustworthy brand across the county and increasingly beyond. The existing customer base for traded services is strong, with every school in Hertfordshire buying at least one service from HfL.
Traded business services
Traded school improvement
The company has also been commissioned to provide a range of statutory school improvement services on behalf of Hertfordshire County Council.
This leaflet explains which services to schools are provided by Herts for Learning and whichare provided by Hertfordshire County Council:
The Hertfordshire school improvement strategy 2014-17 sets out the vision, aims and priorities to ensure a step change in improved performance for Hertfordshire schools, children and young people for the future. The full document and appendices can be downloaded from the Hertfordshire Grid for Learning website:
The following wall chart has been designed to help schools understand which services for schools are now provided by HfL and which are still provided by HCC.