Our Aims & Key Priorities 2018-2019

Building for better futures

  • All schools will set a balanced three year budget
  • All schools will sustain pupil numbers and all year groups will be full
  • 80% of good or better teaching. 0% of inadequate teaching
  • Staff attendance maintained above 95% in all schools

Our children will lead happy and fulfilling lives

  • All children accessing education in a good or better school
  • Proportion of children achieving expected standards will be at or above national average at all key stages
  • All schools will promote a therapeutic approach to behaviour management
  • A minimum of 95% of pupils and parents would recommend their school
  • Attendance data will be at or above the national average
  • All schools will offer targeted support for social, emotional and mental health needs

Growing a collaborative community

  • Every stakeholder will engage in experiences across the trust
  • School to school support will be used for trust growth
  • All stakeholders are engaged in inspiration through collaboration
  • All schools have recent examples of showing great practice across and beyond the trust

Extending the boundaries of learning

  • All schools working beyond the trust to strengthen wider partnerships
  • All schools will review annually provision for disadvantaged children and SEND
  • 100% of staff accessing focused professional development opportunities
  • All schools will design an individual curriculum to meet local need, which also reflects the shared values and ethos of the trust