Our
Academies

Our
Academies


St. Edward's
C.E. Academy Cheddleton


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

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Perton
Primary Academy


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

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Ofsted Dec 2011 - Outstanding School

We have a strong ethos, which provides a happy, caring and secure learning environment. Our vision encourages and challenges all learners to achieve their potential through a vibrant and meaningful curriculum.

There is a strong and supportive partnership between home and school and an active Parents’ Association. The school has also forged partnerships with local schools, Universities, Colleges and the Children’s Centre at Perton Library.

  "Working together to ensure everyone feels secure,
valued and grows in many ways to enjoy learning and reach their full potential."

Moorgate
Primary Academy


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!

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Our Academy vision is simple; Achieve, Challenge, Enjoy!  In essence this means we firmly expect our children to achieve their best, challenge themselves and enjoy their learning.  We place a big emphasis on this vision in all that we do; through the curriculum we deliver, through the opportunities that we provide for children and their families and also through the community which we so strongly value.

Working with parents is very important to us and in developing a partnership we always welcome views and comments on the school to move the children and school forward. This will ensure that the children of Moorgate Primary Academy are the very best that they can be.

Jonathan Williams, Headteacher

John Wheeldon
Primary Academy


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

 

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Through our shared partnership, we will aim to ensure that your child receives the best possible education in a caring, safe community which provides them with the best possible chances to be happy and successful in our demanding world. Most importantly, although we will ask your child to work hard, we want to make sure that school is both fun and, for all the best reasons, memorable!

If you would like to find out more information, please contact Mr D Kerr for more information.

Staffordshire University
Academy


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!

 

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Students will learn to be reflective and be taught the importance of respect and tolerance for others. Young adults leaving SUA will contribute positively to the local community and be fully prepared for life in modern Britain.

We will instil the fundamental values of democracy, freedom, a wider understanding of different faiths and beliefs; celebrating diversity. Students will appreciate the clear link between rights and responsibilities and know the difference between right and wrong.

The above will be achieved through the delivery of at least good teaching, excellent communication between the Academy, parents, Governors and the community and an insistence on the highest standards of behaviour from all.

Littleton Green
Community School


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

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We aim to motivate and challenge each pupil creatively, physically and academically to take full advantage of the opportunities we provide. We celebrate differences in personal need and offer opportunities to develop potential and individual talents.

We aim to develop sensitivity and awareness, encouraging everyone to treat each other and their environment with respect.  We want pupils to develop a sense of personal responsibility for their actions, learning and achievements and also be prepared for the life ahead.

Tynsel Parkes
C.E. Primary Academy


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

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Our children learn in a safe, secure, happy, high-quality learning environment; where they are encouraged to be risk takers.

Our missions is for all to feel valued and special and this is reflected in our children's outstanding behaviour and happy, confident learning attitudes. Every day is filled with laughter, fun and exciting learning.

We are very proud of our school and love to share this special place with all our visitors.

Boney Hay
Primary Academy


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

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Our vision for education states that this is a place where:

  • The child is the centre
  • All children feel valued and secure
  • All children can take risks in a calm, well managed, supportive and positive environment
  • All people, children, staff, governors and parents, can achieve their full potential
  • Moral values permeate all faiths and none
  • Our children become model citizens of the 21st Century.
  • By building our partnership during your child’s primary years we can fulfil this vision

St. Peter's C.E.
Academy, Alton


St Peter’s is a small rural school set in the beautiful village of Alton, Staffordshire. The school is located close to St Peter’s Parish Church and is a member of the Diocese of Lichfield. The school aims to foster a Christian, caring ethos in which children thrive by celebrating achievement and making sure they feel valued and secure. All children are taught to respect others and are provided with exciting learning opportunities. Standards of teaching, achievement and expectations of behaviour are high. Parents are attracted to the caring ethos of our small school. Underpinning all that we do are the Christian values, chosen by the children, of Love, Respect and Friendship.

Growing in Faith

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St Peter’s is a small rural school set in the beautiful village of Alton, Staffordshire. The school is located close to St Peter’s Parish Church and is a member of the Diocese of Lichfield. The school aims to foster a Christian, caring ethos in which children thrive by celebrating achievement and making sure they feel valued and secure. All children are taught to respect others and are provided with exciting learning opportunities. Standards of teaching, achievement and expectations of behaviour are high. Parents are attracted to the caring ethos of our small school. Underpinning all that we do are the Christian values, chosen by the children, of Love, Respect and Friendship.

All Saints CE
Academy, Denstone


Our school aims to foster a Christian, caring ethos in which children thrive by celebrating achievement and making sure they feel valued and secure. All children are taught to respect others and they are provided with exciting learning opportunities, standards and the expectations of behaviour are high. We offer our children a rich, broad and balanced curriculum that includes all the requirements of the National Curriculum. The school aims to provide the best possible educational opportunities to enable all children to achieve their full potential as well as activities outside the classroom that both enrich and inspire all pupils.

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St. Augustine's
C.E. Academy


Our school aims to foster a Christian, caring ethos in which children thrive by celebrating achievement and making sure they feel valued and secure. All children are taught to respect others and they are provided with exciting learning opportunities, standards and the expectations of behaviour are high. At St Augustine's First School we aim to prepare our students to become good citizens of the future. Through our curriculum we teach pupils British values and how to celebrate diversity. We aim to raise their awareness of radicalisation and extremist views, whatever the source. 

"Believe and Achieve"

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Charnwood
Primary Academy


Charnwood Primary Academy’s mission is to ensure that the education your child receives here with us will enable them to achieve their academic potential and ensure progress in all areas. It is also part of our vision that all our children are filled with positive experiences, that they are aware of the endless possibilities that await them and that they are nurtured in order to develop within them, a confidence to embrace whatever comes their way. We are a very happy and friendly school where we all strive to be the best we can be and are proud of our achievements. 

All the staff recognise children as unique individuals with specific talents and needs.  They work tirelessly to provide a varied and engaging curriculum and a positive school experience. You’ll find our classrooms to be hives of activity and full of creativity and learning, making Charnwood a special place for everyone. We work hard in our learning and enjoy sharing our knowledge with each other and the local community.

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St Luke's CE
Academy


St Luke’s is a Church of England Primary School, within the Staffordshire University Academies Trust. We deliver excellent learning, nurture and pastoral care for primary aged children within the village of Endon, the surrounding district and parts of the City of Stoke-on-Trent. The school motto, ‘Helping Lights Shine For All’ emphasises our focus on the uniqueness of every child, our belief and commitment to gospel values and a determination to meet the needs and extend the potential of each child, for the benefit of all.

Our school is dynamic in its pursuit of ensuring that every child feels valued and known; has a sense of belonging; and is confident in the knowledge that they are both safe and cared for.  Our children have a powerful and effective voice, and through our empowering approaches to learning and personal development, they develop the skills needed to effect change for the benefit of everybody. Providing the power and confidence to make effective choices is at the heart of all we do.


Horton St. Michael's
First School & Nursery


Welcome to Horton St Michael's.  We are a caring creative, and forward-thinking school set in the beautiful Staffordshire countryside near to Rudyard Lake.  Our school offers children the best possible start to their education; we are driven by a desire to create an atmosphere where children are inspired to want to learn, not just for now but for the rest of their lives.

As a Church of England school we emphasise traditional Christian values and believe that these help  to prepare children to be good citizens in God's ever-changing world.  

One of the successes of Horton has been the availability of outdoor education. With our Forest School practitioners and an impressive woodland, it is not unusual to see children being taught the art of den making, weaving willow, using sharp tools and heating their hot chocolate over fires which they have laid. Our three classrooms also have outdoor creative areas; the woodland contains an amphitheatre, a bird-hide, wild spaces and reflective areas.

We view education as a joint venture involving everyone: children, parents, staff, governors and the wider community. Within school our success is based on teamwork, fun, personalised learning, hard work and collaboration. We look forward to welcoming you to our happy, safe and exciting school in the near future.

Lesley  Montgomery

Headteacher

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