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Who are the Partnership Schools?

 

Maltby Academy
 

Maltby Academy - Braithwell Road, Maltby, S66 8AB

At Maltby Academy we are committed to:

1. Providing inspirational teaching and constructive feedback, every lesson of every day.
2. Promoting and modelling high expectations, traditional values and professional standards.
3. Recognising, rewarding and celebrating success.
4. Preparing young people to be ‘employment ready’ with the skills and confidence to succeed.
5. Providing learning experiences which inspire: meeting the needs and aspirations of all.
6. Ensuring no student is left behind.
7. Sustainable and effective collaboration and partnerships with parents and the community.
8. Highly effective professional development to ensure excellence in the classroom.

 

sir thomas wharton community college
 

Sir Thomas Wharton Academy - Tait Avenue, Edlington, Doncaster, DN12 1HH
 

Sir Thomas Wharton Academy is a Co-operative Academy with 900 students aged 11-19. We are situated on a pleasant site on the edge of Edlington village, adjacent to open countryside and bordered to the east by protected ancient woodland.

 

The Sir Thomas Wharton Way is to provide a personalised education in a safe environment promoting self-discipline, motivation and excellence in learning, through which we will develop together as life-long learners and socially responsible citizens. From this comes our College MottoLearning for Life - Succeeding Together.

 

STWA has a track record of providing trainee teachers with the highest quality training and support. Our program was rated as Outstanding by Sheffield Hallam University and our trainees have gone on to be successful NQTs in our school and beyond.

south axholme academy
 

South Axholme Academy - Burnham Road, Epworth, Doncaster, DN9 1BY
 

South Axholme Academy is situated in the heart of the thriving market town of Epworth with easy access to Doncaster, Gainsborough and Scunthorpe. The Academy attracts students from the Isle of Axholme, South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire and has served these communities since 1961.

South Axholme School was established in 1961. Since then the school has been extended and is currently able to cater for approximately 930 students. In 2012 South Axholme Community School converted to South Axholme Academy. In the summer of 2013, South Axholme Academy became the lead in a small multi-academy trust, Isle Education Trust. Isle Education Trust now comprises South Axholme Academy, Epworth Primary Academy and Coritani Academy. In September 2015, the Academy opened its Sixth Form, offering education to students from 11 to 18 for the first time in its history.

The Academy’s success is built upon its emphasis on both high standards and care for the individual. We aim to offer a safe, exciting and friendly base from which to explore the world. We recognise that all students are different and it is our aim to give each student that which is best suited for his or her individual needs: academic, creative, sporting or social.

The Academy’s latest Ofsted, October 2017, report graded the Academy Outstanding for Leadership and Management and Outstanding for Behaviour, Welfare and Safety with an overall ‘Good’ rating for Overall Effectiveness.

South Axholme Academy is committed to training the teachers and professionals of tomorrow. As well as working with Hungerhill ITT, the academy is a leading partner in North Lincolnshire SCITT programme and has formal links with Sheffield Hallam, Lincoln Bishop Grosseteste, York University and Hull University.

St Bernard's Catholic High School
 

St Bernard's Catholic High School - Herringthorpe Valley Road, Rotherham, S65 3BE
 

St. Bernard’s Catholic High School is the lead school for the ‘Clairvaux Teaching School Alliance’ (CTSA) and is committed to working with good-outstanding partner Schools to improve teaching and learning.

The role and work of teaching schools is part of the rapidly changing educational landscape, but at CTSA we are really clear about what we are doing, and more importantly, why. This is best summed up in the phrase: “Releasing potential: aspire, believe, achieve”.

At Clairvaux, we have a 100% success rate; this is due to dedicated practitioners who provide the highest quality training and support; our trainees have gone on to be successful NQTs both in our school and beyond, with many securing middle leader roles early into their career.

We are passionate about training the next generation of teachers, delivering world class professional development and working side by side to create outstanding schools for the future. 

 

Clairvaux TSA VISION:

CTSA’s core purpose is to release the potential in students and staff alike, encouraging everyone to ‘aspire, achieve and believe’.

We work in a collaborative partnership, where all members are committed to outstanding learning and success for all!