Our Aims and Values


  • To challenge and inspire students to gain the highest standards in a vibrant, well- resourced and personalised learning environment.
  • To encourage and inspire students to develop lively enquiring minds, enjoy learning and develop independent creative ideas to achieve their highest aspirations.
  • To provide an educational environment that uses new technology as a mechanism to support learning, aid communication and raise standards.
  • To ensure that self-evaluation is an ingrained aspect of practice for all staff and students.
  • To encourage and prepare students and staff to become active & healthy citizens of the Trust and the wider community.
  • To work in a collaborative partnership with local, national and international organisations (such as business, industry and educational institutions), to share our resources and expertise and to learn from them.
  • Our commitment to ensuring the SEND Legislation is truly in action: placing parents, families, children and young people at the heart of their decision-making.


  • We believe that all members of the Trust have a responsibility to act in a moral and respectful manner towards themselves, others and their environment, showing care, consideration, co-operation and respect for all.
  • We believe that all members of the Trust have the right to be safe, supported, valued and cared for at all times.
  • We believe that all members of the Trust should be encouraged to develop their skills, expand their knowledge, embrace the challenge and reach their full potential.
  • We believe in encouraging students and staff to take pride in their achievements and to celebrate their success.
  • We support partnerships between students, parents and Academies to achieve high-quality discipline and learning.
  • We value all our staff and students, recognising that they deserve the highest respect and quality of resources in promoting the achievement of aspirational targets.
  • We believe in being fair, honest and compassionate in all our work.