The vision of the Trust is very clear. It was formed by local Heads, governors, and other stakeholders to ensure high quality education for children within our local community during these very turbulent and changing times. We all believe that no school should work alone and that by working together we can deliver higher standards, more opportunities for children and fantastic opportunities for staff development.
We were the first trust of its kind in the country where non C of E schools and C of E schools came together to form a local multi academy trust. As such, each academy has its own distinctive nature and ethos, but underpinning this is our shared vision for high quality education for local children. The academies have agreed, therefore, to support each other in any way possible and this has already led to many exciting joint school projects which are proving beneficial, not only for the children within the Trust, but also for the development of staff working within the Trust.
Our aim is to ensure that every child within the Trust has access to high quality and exciting education from 2-18, with our staff being able to focus on the really important aspects of Teaching and Learning, Progress and Attainment, Behaviour and Leadership, whilst leaving the non-teaching aspects of the Trust to a dedicated specialist ‘back office’ team.