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Perton praised by the Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, Minister for School Standards Perton Primary Academy is delighted to have received a letter from the Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP Minister of State for School Standards, congratulating the staff and pupils on the outstanding achievement with 100% reaching or exceeding the pass mark in the 2017 phonics screening check.  This places Perton in the top 3 per cent of all primary schools in the country with pupils gaining a firm foundation in reading, from which they can become increasingly fluent and develop a lifelong love of reading. 
Congratulations to Perton's Published Authors West Midlands Young Writers have published a collection of stories about Crazy Creatures including an amazing 44 entries by children from Perton Primary Academy with exciting titles such as 'Octopus' Big Journey', 'Yeti and Custard' and 'The Teddy Bear of Doom'. The children have all received their own copies and can be proud to be amazing and talented Young Writers.
St. Edward's CE Academy Gardening Success Principal of St. Edward's CE Academy, Cheddleton, Mrs Ward, is delighted with the success of the academy garden which has won the best schools garden award from the Leek Allotments Society.  This is the third year running that St. Edward's has won the garden award.  The academy also won a second prize for the best scarecrow. Congratulations to pupils and staff at the academy.

November 2017


Friday 17th November

SUAT Audit Committee

Termly meeting of the SUAT Audit Committee. Oversight of the financial reporting process, the audit process, the system of internal controls and compliance. Review of any significant accounting and reporting issues and recent professional and regulatory pronouncements to understand the potential impact on financial statements. Meeting to be held at the Trust Office (Stone) 4pm start.


Friday 24th November

SUAT Resources Committee

SUAT Resources Committee Meeting to be held at the Trust Head Office (Stone) 2pm start.



Our Distinctiveness as a Church School;  with respect to the original ‘trust deed’ agreed by Rev Henry Sneyd, the school retains its status as a Voluntary Controlled Church School [please see attached leaflet for further information on Church Schools] and has at it’s heart the values promoted by Christ, as shown in the Bible.  this is expressed in our distinctive culture, where everyone is viewed as being important and is ascribed status and value from the youngest to the oldest.  We are a school that listens, strives to include and develop all people and aims for the very highest; always looking for the next step to improve.

Learning and Caring Together

Perton Primary Academy is a co-educational First school catering for pupils between the ages of 3+ to 9+ years of age with a Pupil Admission Number (PAN) of 45 and a designated 26 place Nursery running as a morning and afternoon session and serving the community of Perton. Our Nursery is a maintained Nursery operating in partnership with Sandowners Childcare. The school is situated in an established catchment area of private and social housing three miles West of Wolverhampton in South Staffordshire.

One Vision - One Team - One Family

Moorgate is a very friendly Academy with caring and supportive staff. We pride ourselves on providing a safe, secure and nurturing environment for children to develop into learners for life.

Achieve, Challenge, Enjoy!

John Wheeldon has a long and proud history which we treasure and relish being a part of as we continue the skilled job of educating children. As an Academy part of the Staffordshire University Academy Trust,  we are committed to providing the best kind of learning experiences to each and every child whilst being truly entwined in our community.

We strive to deliver a curriculum which responds to our modern, fast changing world, for example Information and Communication technology, whilst retaining the more traditional subjects such as Music. We place high importance on values for life such as respect and responsibility for ourselves and for others.

The Pathway to Learning


At Staffordshire University Academy we aim to nurture all students to ensure they are happy and confident learners. Through an environment that provides inclusive learning opportunities for all; they can achieve their personal best and aspire to be successful in the future.

Aspire, Believe, Achieve!


Littleton Green Community School is a replacement school for Huntington Primary School which opened on the 9th November 2009. 

The school is located within the parish of Huntington set on the edge of the beautiful Cannock Chase.

Our school is for boys and girls from 3 – 11 and is maintained by Staffordshire Local Education Authority. We also offer sessional day care for children over 3 years in our Nursery and Wrap around and now cater for children aged 2 years in our Saplings Pre-school.

We are purple

Tynsel Parkes is a happy family team of people who are constantly striving for excellence.  Our children are placed at the centre of all that we do and this is underpinned by our Christian foundations.

Loving and Learning Together

Boney Hay Community Primary School is a happy caring place with a dedicated and enthusiastic staff and over 170 super children. The school is situated next to the open area of Gentleshaw Common and is very close to Cannock Chase, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
As a former Middle School building, we have a spacious environment, with excellent facilities.

Little People Nursery is now located at our school , with morning and afternoon session available.

The Child is the Centre


About the

Staffordshire University Academies Trust (SUAT) supports and leads in the set-up of new academies joining the partnership. The services provided by the central support function cover both educational and non-educational support.

In terms of educational support, SUAT is linked to the School of Education of Staffordshire University, which is an outstanding ITT provider. We also have a team of Education Improvement Partners, which works to support all of our academies to further improve standards for all of our young people.  The non-educational support functions include legal and financial services, HR, insurance, payroll, audit, health and safety, marketing, project management and construction issues. SUAT also provides support for ICT and is developing a Trust-wide network that supports the sharing of high-quality services and learning resources across the group of academies.