School will close for the summer break at 12.30pm on Thursday 21st July 2022.
GCSE Results – Year 11 pupils, results will be available from 10.00am onwards on Thursday 25th August 2022. Year 10 pupils, from 11.00am onwards. If you have any questions please email email@example.com
Pupils return to school on Monday 5th September 2022.
We wish you all the very best and hope you enjoy the summer break.
‘Inspired to Achieve’
Our core values, our ethos, priorities, vision and aims are what root us as school and colleges and as a trust.
We are committed to a value lead educational provision. Our core values define who we are and what we stand for. We will not shift as personalities come and go. Our core values determine our direction of travel: they are non-negotiable.
‘Inspiring lives, creating possibilities, shaping futures’ Sitwell Junior School
‘Inspired to achieve’ Oakwood High School
‘A tradition of achievement – a future of opportunity’ Thomas Rotherham College
Together, within this multi-academy trust, we will work together to Inspire Learners to Achieve: for today, for tomorrow and into in the future.
• All children and young people will make at least good progress
• There will be no underperforming cohorts
• All teachers will deliver at least good learning
• All schools or colleges will move to the next level of successful performance.
• to ensure that all pupils / students learn to their full potential in a caring and supportive environment;
• to improve life chances by helping to grow into well rounded, work and adult life ready children and young people;
• to provide challenging learning experiences that develops pupils / students as successful confident young adults;
• to provide a truly outstanding and inspirational 0-19 educational experience;
• to build on the excellent governance, leadership and management evident in the trust’s schools and colleges: Looking Inward and Facing Outward;
• to present a governance and leadership structure that offers greater opportunities for collaboration, co-operation and challenge;
• to challenge the adults and pupils / students to work and think differently; including, aiming high, trying new things, working together;
• to build a culture of professional accountability and self-evaluation as a vehicle for improving performance at all levels; be that the child, the adult, the school, the college, the learning community and/or the multi-academy trust.
To view our Fundamental British Values Statement, please click here.
To view our Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural Education Statement, please click here.Home