Vision & Principles
“To be recognised nationally and locally for the quality and diversity of our provision across every school, in our Trust”
- To provide an innovative and developmental academic curriculum, which ultimately gives students a strong foundation for long-term community cohesion, and positive mental health and well-being.
- Our schools will maintain their own identities and come together with best practice, new initiatives and the sharing of central services.
- Treat schools fairly with funding and central services charges.
- Our streamlined governance structure and meeting framework will keep Headteachers focused on headship.
- Implement a safe culture for continuous improvement, self-challenge and external verification to ensure safety and best practice is paramount.
- Treat each other with respect, at all levels of the organisation.
- We will provide opportunities for staff to develop and progress across the Trust.
- To work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders.
- Give equal urgency and priority to every school in the Trust.
- Support local communities and broader SEN needs in the county.
- Keep children and young people at the heart of every decision.