Our vision is to create a family of outstanding schools with clear purpose, direction and objectives. Where teaching and learning is paramount and children enjoy and are engaged in a rich and relevant curriculum tailored to their individual needs ensuring empowerment of all pupils to achieve their full potential.Click here for more
Our curriculum places children at the centre of what we do. Our vision of ‘life-long learning for all’ underpins our way of working.Read More
Working with our partners, we have opportunities for salaried and tuition route placements across our family of academies.Read More
Growth and development of staff is important to us. Our staff team are our greatest asset in improving outcomes for our children.Read More
A range of central services are available to our academies. This enables our educators to focus on educating our children.Read More
"Trustees and governors challenge school leaders effectively. Governors and leaders share a common vision and have high expectations. Leaders are also supported and challenged by the local authority and external educational consultant. This helps leaders ensure improvement in the curriculum."
"It was very encouraging to hear about the improvements being made across your schools and the trust’s continued drive to build on this improvement. I was particularly pleased to hear about the strong outcomes of your disadvantaged pupils, as well as the good work you continue to do to reduce the level of persistent absence. It was also pleasing to hear about the recent positive Ofsted inspections at three of your five schools."
"Support from the trust is effective. As a result of regular visits, meetings with teachers from other schools in the trust, and relevant training, leaders have made clear improvements. Leaders make effective use of external reviews to continually improve the quality of teaching. The chief executive headteacher and the lead headteacher ensure that all staff work with other schools in the trust, for example to improve the teaching of mathematics and phonics. However, it is too early to assess the impact of the new approach to phonics on pupils’ reading and writing."