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The LMP Group is made up of Let Me Play Ltd. (T/A LMP Education), Inspire ATA Ltd. and LMP Action C.I.C. and has robust governance arrangements in place. There are 2 Co-Founders and Directors, Matthew Lord and Amy Lalla that oversee all 3 organisations within the LMP Group, and an Advisory Board.

About LMP

LMP Group is a group of 3 companies focused on education and social impact, working together to bring about positive, sustainable change.

The various divisions of LMP service schools, businesses and individuals across the UK through apprenticeship training & recruitment, traineeships, alternative education, adult educatuon, employability support, enrichment programmes and residential camps.

The Board

The Board is characterised by:

  •     A small committed Board appointed for their skills and experience.
  •     Clear Terms of Reference identifying the advisory nature of the Board and its responsibility to the company Directors.
  •     A schedule of meetings with a pre-agreed agenda, written reports and timely minutes capturing key discussion and agreed actions.
  •     A supportive, open and where necessary challenging culture focussed on the achievement of aspirational aims and objectives.
  •     Ethical conduct which stands up to scrutiny and sets a tone for the organisation as a whole.


The purpose of the Board is to provide advisory services to the organisation, guidance on strategy and scrutiny on business operations.

Board Members

1. Bruce McCombie, Senior Director of Global Partnerships at Unreasonable - bio here

2. Bob Busby, Senior Education Consultant in Further Education & Skills.

3. Helen Corry, VP-FX Product Management in Corporate Banking at Barclays.

4. Matthew Lord, Co-Founder & Director of LMP Group

5. Amy Lalla, Co-Founder & Director of LMP Group

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