Trust Priorities 2015-2018

  • Continuous improvement of attainment and progress for each school, showing year-on-year improvement, and to be at least in line with, or above, national averages
  • All schools to be judged as 'good' or 'better' by Ofsted by the end of the academic year 2016
  • Planned growth of our Schools and Trust:
    • school places
    • expansion of schools
  • To improve Trust provision and effectiveness with regard to central services and school improvement to secure high quality outcomes
  • To develop world-class system leaders

 

In addition, we want:

  • To secure a culture of high aspirations and expectations across the Trust and all its school
  • To build capacity for continued and sustained improvement and support of schools requiring formal support leading to accelerated rates of progress and achievement
  • To enhance our central and shared services to maximum organisational and cost efficiencies
  • To provide robust and consistent policies, procedures and systems complying with legislative requirements
  • To further develop expertise and skills within the leadership and management function of the Trust

  

Testimonials

    •  "The Principal provides inspiring and visionary leadership. He is driven by a strong moral imperative to improve the life chances of students not only in this academy, but in the schools that are supported by the trust. His relentless focus on high standards is coupled with deep and genuine compassion for the most vulnerable students, who thrive as a result of the excellent care and support they receive."
      - Deirdre Duignan, Lead Inspector - Her Majesty's Inspector (George Spencer Academy Ofsted, May 2015)


    •  "The headteacher, supported by the governing body, the Spencer Academy Trust, and newly appointed senior leaders, has successfully led the academy through a period of leadership changes. She has established a professional culture among the staff where expertise is beginning to be shared and where there is a united commitment to continuous improvement. Team working is a real strength and adults are now ensuring that all pupils have the chance to do as well as they can."
      - Terry McDermott, Lead Inspector - Additional Inspector (Chetwynd Primary Academy Ofsted, September 2014)


Contact Info

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries or concerns...

  •   Arthur Mee Road, Stapleford, Nottingham, NG9 7EW
  •  info@george-spencer.notts.sch.uk
  •   (0115) 9170100
  •  www.satrust.com

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