We are committed to ensuring our family of schools are the first choice for families in their area. More children than ever before have enrolled into our schools; parents feel proud of their children as they progress and develop in our schools and regularly recommend us to others.
We support parents and carers in understanding their role in supporting their child to be positive about their learning, working hard to develop positive, caring relationships with all of our parents.
We believe that our schools and the Trust have a critical role to play in our communities. We have established some (and are developing further) ways for staff and children to work together across the Trust.
We have secured effective partnerships with local businesses and organisations, such as sports teams, Rotary clubs, Sheldon Bosley Knight and Core Hygiene(who sponsor our Books of the Month initiative for the Trust), whilst sourcing additional funding streams for ambitious projects.
We celebrate the uniqueness of each individual school but also utilise the wider school community to enrich learning experiences, e.g. cross cultural, curricular and whole Trust initiatives, e.g. Science Week, Book Weeks and Author Visits, Anti-Bullying weeks, Online Safety weeks, visiting clergy.
We lead the organisation of events across our consortium to ensure that children participate and engage in whole school initiatives in individual academies as well as within the Trust, e.g. School Council meetings, child-led initiatives, sports fixtures, Shakespeare 4 Schools, Young Voices.