We are a values-led organisation focused on transforming lives through high quality collaboration and innovation across and beyond our family of schools.
|Employer of Choice||Educator of Choice||A Community Organisation|
|The right work/life balance||Valued by stakeholders||Supporting Schools regionally|
|Strong leadership pathways||Recognised by external partners||Intelligently contributing to national agendas|
|Outstanding staff development||Parents’ choice||Schools are central to the community|
|Strong cultural integrity||Children’s choice||Developing rounded citizens|
|Enhanced terms and conditions||Outstanding outcomes||Preparing children for a multi-cultural world|
|Our core values of trust and authenticity enable colleagues to achieve deeply collaborative partnerships.||Our core values of trust, responsibility and authenticity ensure that we all have the quality information we need to achieve our best.||Our core values of hope, energy and responsibility ensure that we keep the most important issues as priorities for us all.|
|1||Networking is embedded in the culture and is routinely evaluated for impact||Intelligent and accurate information is used to focus our work on the right priorities.||Rigorous self-evaluation which is externally moderated and grounded in evidence.|
|2||System leadership is realised locally and regionally with all leaders contributing to the Trust/sector development||Quality conversations support our understanding of our organisation and the development of our people.||Precise and sharp school improvement planning that is dynamic in driving the school forward.|
|3||Trust wide support is proportionate to need and is general, targeted or critical, dependent on circumstance|
KPI 1: Incremental improvement is evident in all schools across the trust as evidenced by external evidence and moderation of internal self- review.
KPI 2: To strengthen and embed leaders and teachers shared understanding of the purpose of formative and summative assessment supported by a trust-wide view of age related expectations for all pupils.
KPI 3: To rapidly improve the achievement of all pupils at the end of KS2 in mathematics, ensuring high prior attaining pupils make progress sufficient to attain greater depth.
KPI 4: To diminish the difference in achievement between disadvantaged and their non-disadvantaged peers, while ensuring the achievement of non-disadvantaged pupils is at least in line with similar pupils nationally
KPI 5: To further develop financial performance and stability through ongoing strengthening of financial systems, process and controls