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What do our Academies look like? 2016-10-24T14:16:49+00:00

WHAT DO OUR ACADEMIES LOOK LIKE?

All Academies in the trust are individual schools with their own vision and ethos that supports the trust’s values and aims.

“Our Annual Trust Chistmas concert is now a seasonal tradition. It’s a wonderful opportunity to showcase talent from across all the Academies with age ranges from 4-18yrs taking part. The children embrace the opportunity to come together and foster relationships, as well as put on a show for the entire community.”

PAUL GIBSON – HEAD OF PERFORMING ARTS, SIR CHRISTOPHER HATTON ACADEMY.

Our ethos is that by working collaboratively across the full age range of students is of greater benefit than individual schools working solo.

These key areas are:

  • Staff that set high expectations of themselves and their pupils
  • Trust-wide sharing of outstanding and best practice
  • A uniform code that sets high standards of behaviour and dress
  • A commitment to the wider educational provision of our pupils through a range of extra-curricular activities and events
  • Common key policies and procedures to ensure compliance with national and legal requirements
  • Data collection protocols
  • School Improvement targets are agreed at Trust level
  • Common self-evaluation and SEF processes
  • Academy Principal performance management is overseen at Trust level