Dorset primary becomes the latest primary school to join the growing multi-academy trust
A Dorset primary school has become the 20th school to join the Ãå±±ÂÖ¼é Trust, a growing family of primary schools in the south-west. It is also becomes the second school in Dorset to join the trust, growing its network of educators in the county.
Charmouth Primary School says that the move will bring ‘exciting access to the expertise that exists across the trust’, and will help the school build upon and further advance teaching and learning.
“Being a part of the Ãå±±ÂÖ¼é Trust family will bring many benefits to our school, from mentorship, guidance and the latest best practice, to staff training and development in subject knowledge and teaching practice. This collaboration isn’t just about affiliating with a larger educational trust; it’s a reflection of our shared values, aspirations, and unwavering commitment to the success of our pupils.” said Laura Cornish, Headteacher.
The vision of Charmouth Primary is ‘to grow together to become the very best version of ourselves’. The school aims to provide a nurturing and inclusive environment where every child can thrive academically and personally. Similarly, the Ãå±±ÂÖ¼é Trust consistently demonstrates a dedication to these principles. The trust has a track record of empowering children to achieve their full potential and is committed to innovative teaching practice.
Trust Lead and Chief Executive Officer of Ãå±±ÂÖ¼é Trust Paul Walker added, “We are delighted to welcome Charmouth Primary School to our family of primary schools. We are excited to collaborate closely with the local community in Dorset and contribute to the growth and development of the school. As our trust grows and we collaborate across more schools, so our knowledge and expertise grows. This partnership represents a collective commitment to fostering excellence in education and providing the best possible outcomes for pupils.
“Charmouth is a vibrant school in an enviable location. We are looking forward to a bright future of learning and growth together.”
Laura added, “Like us, the trust is passionate about learning and delivering a curriculum that broadens all children’s horizons and prepares them for their future. We recognise the incredible benefits that this partnership will bring to our school community. It opens up opportunities for our teachers and support staff to collaborate with their peers and continually refine our teaching methods. The whole school team is looking forward to tapping into the expertise of the trust.”