Every parent wants the best for their child.
So do we - and we believe the best way to achieve that is by our schools working together as part of the Warriner Multi-Academy Trust
That way, we can:
To set up a family of likeminded local schools who collaborate in order to share what we do well so that all our children receive the very best education.
Excellence - doing the right things for the right reasons
Collaboration - working together for the benefit of all our children
Trust - sharing our challenges so that we can support each other to improve
The following leadership behaviours are modelled by all our staff:
To deliver this vision, we need to ensure that we:
We have a proven track record of working effectively with all of our schools. This has been formally recognised by the Regional Schools Commissioner who has invited us to showcase our successes at his regional conferences and the DfE who included our MAT in their best practice document published in December 2016 in recognition of our support of smaller primary schools. The MAT leadership team have worked diligently to ensure the very highest standards are achieved by all our students. This relentless focus upon best practice in teaching and learning began well before the formal conversion date. As a result of this collaboration, all schools within the MAT performed continue to perform well above floor and coasting standards and one was placed in the top 1% of schools for its outcomes in 2016.
The secondary school is one of the top performing secondary schools in the area. In 2015 The Warriner School was placed in the top 100 of schools nationally for sustained improvement and in 2016 was chosen as one of twelve schools to take part in the national parliamentary review of education. There have been year on year improvements for the last four years with 2016 seeing a further rise to 70% A*-C (Inc. En & Ma) and in 2017 our progress measures have increase again. There is strong parental demand for places within the existing MAT with the secondary school being over-subscribed by more than sixty pupils each year, with parents having to appeal for places in Year 7.
Our Academy model of working is viewed very favorably by both the DfE and Regional Schools Commissioner. They have scrutinised our growth plans and as a result have granted us sponsor status.