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RT @schoodlenews: GOOD LUCK to Yr 9s Charlie Berger, Eron Harrigan, Ryan Jefferies & Finn Green are cycling 90 miles tomorrow from Wellingb…
RT @schoodlenews: CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the #BigBookQuiz @KBuccleuchA Kool Kidz runners up were HATTON Matilda's Bookworms http…
RT @ectonacademy: A great day had by the Badgers and Owls classes on their school trip yesterday to Irchester Country Park https://t.co/S5n…
RT @ectonacademy: Gifted and Talented Challenge Day at Sir Christopher Hatton for our more able children - looks like they had lots of fun!…
RT @ectonacademy: Squirrels and Hedgehogs having a great time this morning playing in the mud #MudDay https://t.co/PaASNev2On
RT @ectonacademy: One of our Pupils Gabriel and his mum did a wonderful presentation about Ghana this morning and we got to try some Ghanai…
RT @Oakway2014: Fantastic performance by the Y5 band today to families! #musicalPRIDE
RT @Oakway2014: More fantastic homework, this time from Year2! #homeworkPRIDE https://t.co/E1mUizRkLC
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Aims 2016-10-24T14:17:42+00:00

AIMS

Hatton Academies Trust; a local family of schools working together to ensure the highest quality of education. 

“Working with the Hatton Academy Trust Primary Schools was great, it made me feel like a role model to the younger students. Involving the primary schools in our charity events not only raised further awareness of the charities but showed the cohesion of all the schools as one big family.”

EVITA PERKONI, HEAD GIRL, 2015/16 – SIR CHRISTOPHER HATTON ACADEMY

Working collaboratively with the other schools in the Trust provides opportunities for children and staff to continually improve.

  • To develop a family of schools working together to support all our students
  • To raise aspiration locally and individually
  • To develop a love of learning and a learning community in which staff, pupils and parents play a proactive role
  • To develop continuity and progression from pre-school to the workplace and university
  • To raise educational outcomes for all students at all ages
  • To focus on teaching as our core activity
  • To develop confident, caring individuals and responsible citizens
  • To recruit and retain the best staff by ensuring opportunities for professional development
  • To work together to secure solutions to local, national and global issues and challenges