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Festival of Learning 2023

We held our Annual Festival of Learning at the start of November, which was a full day of specialised expert learning and networking for all colleagues, no matter their role, from across our trust. Our mission is ‘To transform the lives of all through the power of working together’ which is often presented in the … Continue reading Festival of Learning 2023

Lees Brook Academy achieves Good Ofsted Rating

We are absolutely delighted to announce that the transformation of Lees Brook Academy in Chaddesden has been recognised by Ofsted inspectors who have now rated the school as Good in all areas and praised it as a ‘caring and inclusive school’. This is the first time the school has been rated above Requires Improvement in … Continue reading Lees Brook Academy achieves Good Ofsted Rating

A focus on safeguarding for our 2023 Leadership Conference

We held our annual Leadership Conference recently, which saw our leadership team from across the trust and our academies come together to focus on safeguarding, the theme of this year’s conference. Sian Hampton, our Chief Executive, said: “Whilst schools are responsible for providing education, no child has ever been successful in sitting an exam when … Continue reading A focus on safeguarding for our 2023 Leadership Conference

Alvaston Moor Academy sees higher pupil numbers than ever

Alvaston Moor Academy, one of our academies in Derby, has reported a significant rise in pupil numbers. So far this academic year, the school has welcomed around 890 students with this number expected to rise to around 900. Numbers are significantly up on last year, which were around the 850 mark. This is not only … Continue reading Alvaston Moor Academy sees higher pupil numbers than ever

Our Year 6 Open Evenings

Academies across Archway Learning Trust are looking forward to welcoming potential students and their families to our Year 6 Open Evenings, to demonstrate all that we have to offer. Nottingham Academies:  Bluecoat Trent Academy - 19th September The Nottingham Emmanuel School - 20th September  Bluecoat Wollaton Academy - 21st September Bluecoat Aspley Academy - 27th … Continue reading Our Year 6 Open Evenings

Welcoming a new primary academy to our family

As we start the new academic year, we're welcoming Bluecoat Bentick Primary Academy to our family, Archway's second primary school. The school, formerly known as Bentinck Primary and Nursery School, is in Hyson Green and officially became part of Archway Learning Trust on 1st September. Sian Hampton, our CEO said: “I am absolutely thrilled to … Continue reading Welcoming a new primary academy to our family

Celebrations across Archway as GCSE results are in

As GCSE results are revealed at academies across Archway Learning Trust, celebrations are underway. Staff across the trust have been expressing their pride in their students, who were affected by the Covid lockdowns at a crucial time in their education. Sian Hampton, our CEO, said: “Given the massive disruption to the lives of all our … Continue reading Celebrations across Archway as GCSE results are in

The results are in at The Nottingham Emmanuel School on A-Level results day

The Nottingham Emmanuel School is celebrating exceptional success as many students achieved fantastic grades to help them progress to some of the most prestigious Universities and Degree Apprenticeships across the country. More than 30% of grades were A*- B or equivalent across A Level and Applied Generals and a number of students achieved a full … Continue reading The results are in at The Nottingham Emmanuel School on A-Level results day

The Long Eaton School congratulates their A-Level students on some great results

An Oxford University place and a midwifery course dream come true are among today’s A-level success stories at The Long Eaton School. Matthew Tebbutt is off to Somerville College at the University of Oxford to study maths and computer science, with A* grades for maths and physics, and As for chemistry and computer science. Matthew … Continue reading The Long Eaton School congratulates their A-Level students on some great results

Celebrations on A-Level Results Day at Bluecoat Sixth Form

Mrs Wood, Head of Sixth Form, sends her congratulations to all our Bluecoat Sixth Form students on their results. As a head of a sixth form which prides itself on knowing our students as individuals, I would like to pass on my heartfelt congratulations to every single one of our students on their hard-earned results. … Continue reading Celebrations on A-Level Results Day at Bluecoat Sixth Form

Our school meals are changing!

Our school meals are changing Over the last few months, our catering team have been working on a project to review the food we provide during the school day at our secondary academies to ensure we’re offering excellence when it comes to keeping our students well-nourished and ready to learn. The team have worked in … Continue reading Our school meals are changing!

Bluecoat Primary Academy Celebrates an Excellent SIAMS Report

Staff and students at Bluecoat Primary Academy, part of Archway Learning Trust, are celebrating after receiving an “excellent” grade in their Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) Report following their recent inspection. The report states: “The aspirational and extremely inclusive Christian vision of the school profoundly reflects the context of the community it serves. … Continue reading Bluecoat Primary Academy Celebrates an Excellent SIAMS Report

Celebrations at our 2023 Staff Awards

Archway’s annual Staff Awards event took place recently to celebrate the incredible dedication and achievements of staff across our Trust. Over 400 people attended including staff from across our trust, governors, trustees, and our sponsors. The event was superbly hosted by our very own Josh Mather (Senior Academy Manager, Bluecoat Beechdale). Becky Downie joined us … Continue reading Celebrations at our 2023 Staff Awards

Bluecoat Beechdale Academy’s Festival of Belonging

Students and staff at Bluecoat Beechdale Academy enjoyed a Festival of Belonging recently, which focussed on creating a community where everyone feels seen, safe, supported and ultimately that they belong. The day included interactive lessons, steel bands, stalls, dance, performances, glitter and face paint, cultural cuisines, cake sales and taste testing and was attended by … Continue reading Bluecoat Beechdale Academy’s Festival of Belonging

Lees Brook Academy students become anti-bullying ambassadors with The Diana Awards

Students at Lees Brook Academy are helping to tackle bullying after receiving training through a national scheme set up in the memory of Princess Diana. More than 12 students have received their Anti-Bullying Ambassador badges under The Diana Awards and are already helping fellow students. Riley Sheehan, 16, wanted to get involved because of the … Continue reading Lees Brook Academy students become anti-bullying ambassadors with The Diana Awards

The Nottingham Emmanuel School receives prestigious Artsmark Gold Award

Pupils and staff at The Nottingham Emmanuel School are celebrating after receiving a prestigious Artsmark GOLD Award in a momentous year for the programme as it celebrates 20 years of arts, culture and creativity in schools. The Artsmark Award is the only creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England. It supports schools … Continue reading The Nottingham Emmanuel School receives prestigious Artsmark Gold Award

The Long Eaton School student striker scores goal after impressing the Lionesses

A student from The Long Eaton School has scored a fabulous goal after her talents on the pitch were spotted by none other than the England Lionesses. Notts under-16s star striker Milly Wheldon, 15, is now registered as a player to watch by the England Women’s team after being spotted at a talent identity pathway … Continue reading The Long Eaton School student striker scores goal after impressing the Lionesses

CEO Vlog – Summer 1

Summary 00:00 - 00:30 Coronation celebrations 00:30 - 01:00 Culture Day at The Nottingham Emmanuel School 1:00 - 01:23 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors at Lees Brook Academy 01:23 - 02:21 Church of England church-school partnership activities 02:21 - 03:00 Visit from Rt Hon David Laws 03:00 - 03:27 Farewell to Sarah Bailey, Principal at Bluecoat Beechdale Academy … Continue reading CEO Vlog – Summer 1

Bluecoat Beechdale Academy receives prestigious Artsmark Gold Award

Pupils and staff at Bluecoat Beechdale Academy are celebrating after receiving a prestigious Artsmark GOLD Award in a momentous year for the programme as it celebrates 20 years of arts, culture and creativity in schools. The Artsmark Award is the only creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England. It supports schools to … Continue reading Bluecoat Beechdale Academy receives prestigious Artsmark Gold Award

CEO Vlog – Spring Term 2

Summary 0:00 - 00:34 World Book Day and other events 00:34 - 1:06 Bluecoat Trent Academy groundbreaking ceremony 1:06 - 1:23 Bluecoat Primary Academy Artsmark 1:23 - 2:08 Sad to say goodbye to Sarah Bailey, Principal at Bluecoat Beechdale Academy, at the end of May 2:08 - 2:39 Bluecoat Beechdale Academy has secured a £1.2m … Continue reading CEO Vlog – Spring Term 2

The Long Eaton School gets the wheels rolling on sustainability after reporting huge numbers of pupils walking and cycling

The Long Eaton School is proving its commitment to sustainability after reporting a huge proportion of students walking or cycling to their lessons. The academy on Thoresby Road surveyed hundreds of pupils on how they travelled to school and found that 11% were cycling in and 65% were getting there on foot. That puts the … Continue reading The Long Eaton School gets the wheels rolling on sustainability after reporting huge numbers of pupils walking and cycling

Bluecoat Beechdale Academy has secured £1.1 million funding to invest in a new energy efficient heating system

Archway Learning Trust has been awarded £1,097,266 to replace gas boilers with new air source heat pumps at one of its secondary schools in Bilborough.   The funding is through the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme which is initiated by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero and delivered by Salix Finance. The scheme provides grants … Continue reading Bluecoat Beechdale Academy has secured £1.1 million funding to invest in a new energy efficient heating system

Principal at Alvaston Moor Academy has been published in TES about how to support Roma pupils in school

Roma students make up 9% of the school roll at Alvaston Moor Academy. Michelle Strong, Principal at Alvaston Moor Academy, featured in TES last week with a first person article about how to support Roma pupils in school. She speaks passionately about representation in the curriculum for pupils from all backgrounds and gives practical tips … Continue reading Principal at Alvaston Moor Academy has been published in TES about how to support Roma pupils in school

Snow Update – 10/03/23

Please see below the opening information for academies within Archway Learning Trust: NOTTINGHAM   The Nottingham Emmanuel School - OPEN Bluecoat Aspley Academy - OPEN Bluecoat Sixth Form - OPEN Bluecoat Wollaton Academy - OPEN Bluecoat Primary Academy - OPEN Bluecoat Beechdale Academy – OPEN Bluecoat Trent Academy - OPEN DERBY/DERBYSHIRE   The Long Eaton … Continue reading Snow Update – 10/03/23

Bluecoat Primary Academy receives prestigious Artsmark Award

Pupils and staff at Bluecoat Primary Academy are celebrating after receiving a prestigious Artsmark Award in a momentous year for the programme as it celebrates 20 years of arts, culture and creativity in schools. The Artsmark Award is the only creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England. It supports schools to develop … Continue reading Bluecoat Primary Academy receives prestigious Artsmark Award

Archway Learning Trust academies celebrate World Book Day 2023

Our academies celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 2 March to encourage more children to develop a love of reading for pleasure. While reading saw attainment levels improve in 2022, the National Literacy Trust’s Annual Literacy Survey shows that the number of children who say they enjoy it is in serious decline. Reading for pleasure … Continue reading Archway Learning Trust academies celebrate World Book Day 2023

Groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the beginning of construction for Bluecoat Trent Academy’s permanent site

We were delighted to attend the groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday 22 February with Bowmer and Kirkland Ltd, Gleeds, Nottingham City Council, Department for Education and local councillors to celebrate the beginning of construction for Bluecoat Trent Academy's permanent site. Bluecoat Trent Academy, temporarily located at our Aspley Lane site, is a newly opened and already … Continue reading Groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the beginning of construction for Bluecoat Trent Academy’s permanent site

Alvaston Moor Academy puts theatre centre stage after appointing first ever specialist drama teacher

Alvaston Moor Academy is making a song and dance about drama after appointing its first ever specialist teacher in the subject. This term Claire Stopard joined the 880-pupil academy on Bracken’s Lane as its first ever drama specialist, and is currently teaching the subject to key stage three students. She said: “Drama is important because it’s … Continue reading Alvaston Moor Academy puts theatre centre stage after appointing first ever specialist drama teacher

CEO Vlog – Spring Term 1

Summary: 00:00 - 00:37 Love and prayers to everyone affected by the earthquakes in southern Turkey and northern Syria 00:38 - 1:11 Bluecoat Aspley Academy's exhibition at Nottingham Light Night 1:12 - 1:38 Welcome to Mark Shipman at The Long Eaton School 1:38 - 2:22 Two successful recruitment events and current live vacancies

Bluecoat Aspley Academy’s exhibition at Nottingham Light Night

Bluecoat Aspley Academy celebrated students’ creativity and showcased their work with a 16 by 9 foot projection of artwork on the castle walls as part of Nottingham Light Night.  The exhibition highlighted the skills and artistic range developed in the art department whilst providing a platform for young people’s views about identity, the climate crisis, … Continue reading Bluecoat Aspley Academy’s exhibition at Nottingham Light Night

Archway Learning Trust’s CEO invited to discuss gender equality in podcast

Roundtable: Closing gender gaps in the workplace So, why do women earn almost 15 per cent less than men? Three respected women leaders at the tops of their chosen professions try to answer that question in Episode 24 of Nottingham Business School's Business Leaders' Podcast. Guests Sian Hampton, CEO of the Archway Learning Trust, Natalie … Continue reading Archway Learning Trust’s CEO invited to discuss gender equality in podcast

The Long Eaton School starts 2023 with a new principal

An academy head will be getting to know a fresh set of classrooms this January when he starts his job as the new principal of The Long Eaton School. Mark Shipman starts his new role as principal of the 1200-pupil secondary on Thoresby Road at the start of this spring term. He replaces former principal … Continue reading The Long Eaton School starts 2023 with a new principal

CEO Vlog – Autumn Term 2

Summary: 00:00 – 00:10 Hello 00:10 – 00:35 Bluecoat Beechdale Academy Ofsted outcome 00:35 – 01:30 Student careers activities across our Trust 01:30 – 2:00 Working with the NSPCC 2:00 – 2:20 The Nottingham Emmanuel School awarded School of Sanctuary status 2:20 – 2:50 Christmas activities including Carol Concerts across our Trust 2:50 – 3:05 … Continue reading CEO Vlog – Autumn Term 2

Alvaston Moor Academy’s Principal dons arch-rival football kit for charity

Mrs Strong, Principal at Alvaston Moor Academy, has faced her worst nightmare by wearing the kit of her arch-rival football club for charity. She bravely donned a Blackburn Rovers football shirt over the course of a school day. Mrs Strong is from Lancashire and an ardent supporter of Burnley Football Club, whose long-standing rivals are … Continue reading Alvaston Moor Academy’s Principal dons arch-rival football kit for charity

Lees Brook Academy becomes one of county’s biggest Duke of Edinburgh award providers with tireless work to improve accessibility

Lees Brook Academy has become one of the biggest providers of the Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Awards in the county, going above and beyond to make sure all pupils can access the scheme. The awards aim to empower young people, supporting them to overcome obstacles, build confidence and resilience through physical challenges, skills building and … Continue reading Lees Brook Academy becomes one of county’s biggest Duke of Edinburgh award providers with tireless work to improve accessibility

Bluecoat Beechdale Academy receives ‘Good’ Ofsted rating

Bluecoat Beechdale Academy has been described as a "happy" and caring" school by Ofsted inspectors who rated it 'good' following a recent inspection. The team of Ofsted inspectors heaped praise upon the school, where they reported that “leaders have established a culture of belonging and self-belief in this learning community”, where students are rewarded for … Continue reading Bluecoat Beechdale Academy receives ‘Good’ Ofsted rating

Bluecoat Wollaton Academy student launches new #GlassesOn campaign

Bluecoat Wollaton Academy student, Lowri, has unveiled her new campaign #GlassesOn in a mission to persuade tech bosses to create more glasses-wearing emojis. When Lowri was 9 years old, she wrote to Disney pleading for its next heroine to wear glasses, but thought she had been ignored when she didn’t get a response. However, when … Continue reading Bluecoat Wollaton Academy student launches new #GlassesOn campaign

Leadership Conference 2022

On Friday 7th October, we held our annual Leadership Conference at Eastwood Hall with Members, Board Trustees, Advisory Board Chairs, Chief Executive Officer, the Executive Leadership Team and Principals in attendance. The theme for this year was 'strong trusts', exploring what a strong trust means for us and how our leaders play a part in … Continue reading Leadership Conference 2022

Empower East Midlands Careers Event

On Wednesday 5th October, all of our Year 11 and 13 students across the Trust attended the Albert Hall in Nottingham for a careers event to help support them in making informed decisions about their future. Exhibitors in the Great Hall We were joined by 34 employers and education providers: The British Army, Department for … Continue reading Empower East Midlands Careers Event

Festival of Learning 2022

On Monday 3rd October, over 1,200 members of staff from across Archway Learning Trust came together at Derby Arena for our Festival of Learning. The theme of this year's event was 'Courageously Inclusive'. Inclusion has long been at the heart of what it means to be a member of our Trust. Our three values of … Continue reading Festival of Learning 2022

The Long Eaton School student to appear in the English Youth Ballet production of Swan Lake

Hannah McCullough, a year eight pupil at The Long Eaton School on Thoresby Road, beat off competition from other hopefuls to win a spot at the English Youth Ballet production. The production, in which young ballerinas are given the chance to perform with professional dancers at venues outside London, will be staged at The Regent … Continue reading The Long Eaton School student to appear in the English Youth Ballet production of Swan Lake

All Archway Learning Trust academies and SCITT will be closed on Monday 19 September

Monday 19th September will be a Bank Holiday to mark Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral. As a mark of respect, all Archway Learning Trust academies and SCITT will be closed for the Bank Holiday.

Archway Learning Trust’s statement on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

It was with enormous sadness we learnt yesterday of the death of Queen Elizabeth II.  We express our deepest sympathies to the Royal Family at this time of grief.  Many commentators have talked of the Queen’s enormous dedication and service to the country and beyond.  As a Trust we pay tribute to this life of … Continue reading Archway Learning Trust’s statement on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Bluecoat Wollaton Academy’s Mrs Roper raises awareness about the benefits and challenges of ADHD

INCLUSION is one of our core values as a Trust, alongside collaboration and excellence. We’re proud to provide an inclusive community for both students AND staff. Mrs Roper, Teacher of Mathematics at our Bluecoat Wollaton Academy, was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at the age of 36. She has been working with BBC … Continue reading Bluecoat Wollaton Academy’s Mrs Roper raises awareness about the benefits and challenges of ADHD

GCSE Results Day 2022

Well done to all students across Archway Learning Trust's secondary academies for their GCSE results. Some highlights can be read below. Alvaston Moor Academy Click here to watch students from Alvaston Moor Academy on BBC East Midlands Today. One of the school’s top performing students was Anastasia Kuzina, who said she was “shocked” to open … Continue reading GCSE Results Day 2022

A-Level Results Day 2022

The Archway Learning Trust is incredibly proud of all 362 Year 13 students across Bluecoat Sixth Form, The Nottingham Emmanuel School Sixth Form and The Long Eaton School Sixth Form for their A-Level Results. We wish you all the best for the future! Bluecoat Sixth Form Alaina Wood, Head of Sixth Form, said: I am … Continue reading A-Level Results Day 2022

Donna Fox Summer Silk Painting Workshops

We're pleased to welcome Donna Fox as artist-in-residence at Archway Learning Trust. Donna is running workshops throughout the summer holiday to produce colourful silk banners for every academy in our Trust.   Students attending the workshops will learn about the batik hot-waxing technique, silk painting, dye mixing, steaming, and fixing treatments. They will also learn … Continue reading Donna Fox Summer Silk Painting Workshops

Staff Awards 2022

Archway Learning Trust’s annual Staff Awards event took place on Thursday 21st July 2022 at Nottingham Belfry Hotel to celebrate the incredible dedication and achievements of staff across our Trust. This year was more exciting than ever as we welcomed Bluecoat Trent Academy, The Long Eaton School, Alvaston Moor Academy and Lees Brook Community School … Continue reading Staff Awards 2022

People Move Project

Bluecoat Beechdale Academy students have been involved in the Daily Mirror's People Move project. The People Move project is in celebration of Refugee Week and has asked people who came to the UK seeking sanctuary to tell the Daily Mirror about a special object they brought with them that connects them to home. You can … Continue reading People Move Project

All Archway Learning Trust academies are CLOSED on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th July

Due to the extreme weather warning, we have made the decision to close all of our academies on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th July for the welfare of our students and staff. The academies within our Trust are: Bluecoat Primary Academy Bluecoat Trent Academy Bluecoat Beechdale Academy Bluecoat Wollaton Academy Bluecoat Aspley Academy Bluecoat Sixth … Continue reading All Archway Learning Trust academies are CLOSED on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th July

Mrs Watson appointed as permanent Principal at Lees Brook Academy

After a rigorous two day interview process, we are delighted to inform you that Mrs Watson has been appointed permanent Principal at Lees Brook Academy. Mrs Watson has made a huge impact on the academy during her time as an interim Principal. Both students and staff were involved in the interview process. Students spoke warmly … Continue reading Mrs Watson appointed as permanent Principal at Lees Brook Academy

Bluecoat Wollaton Academy awarded ‘School of Sanctuary’ status

City of Sanctuary holds the vision that our nations will be welcoming places of safety for all and proud to offer sanctuary to people fleeing violence and persecution. In 2019, Bluecoat Aspley Academy became the first 'School of Sanctuary' in Nottingham. In November 2021, Bluecoat Beechdale Academy passed the assessment and gained recognition for being … Continue reading Bluecoat Wollaton Academy awarded ‘School of Sanctuary’ status

Trust-wide Sports Day

Last Wednesday, students from all of our secondary academies took part in a Trust-wide Sports Day at Harvey Hadden Sports Village. We witnessed incredible talent and camaraderie in a collection of sporting events including 100m, 200m, 300m, 800m and 1500m running races, high jump, long jump, triple jump, shot put, discus and javelin.   Congratulations … Continue reading Trust-wide Sports Day

The Nottingham Emmanuel School achieves an overall grade of ‘Excellent’ in SIAMS Church Inspection

We are very pleased to announce that The Nottingham Emmanuel School has achieved the highest possible overall grade of 'Excellent' in their SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) Church Inspection that took place on Tuesday 10th May and Wednesday 11th May. SIAMS Report - The Nottingham Emmanuel School  The highlights are listed below: … Continue reading The Nottingham Emmanuel School achieves an overall grade of ‘Excellent’ in SIAMS Church Inspection

Bluecoat SCITT Alliance successful in re-accreditation bid

In July 2021 an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) market review was released detailing that all ITT providers would need to be re-accredited for continued practice in 2024, under a new ITT criteria and quality framework.   We're pleased to announce that Bluecoat SCITT Alliance was successful in their re-accreditation bid! Only 80 of the 216 … Continue reading Bluecoat SCITT Alliance successful in re-accreditation bid

Three new schools in Derby and Derbyshire to join Nottingham-based Archway Learning Trust

As of Monday 1st February 2021, Archway Learning Trust is delighted to announce the joining of three new schools to its Trust - The Long Eaton School in Derbyshire, Lees Brook Community School and Merrill Academy both based in Derby. The three new schools, formerly part of the Northworthy Trust will take the Archway Learning … Continue reading Three new schools in Derby and Derbyshire to join Nottingham-based Archway Learning Trust

Archway Learning Trust launches crowdfunding appeal to buy laptops for students struggling to access online learning

The Archway Learning Trust has launched a crowdfunding appeal to help purchase laptops for students struggling to access remote learning during the latest lockdown. The Trust, which educates over 25% of secondary school students in Nottingham, has once again had to move its learning provision online, however with 38% of Trust students in receipt of … Continue reading Archway Learning Trust launches crowdfunding appeal to buy laptops for students struggling to access online learning

GCSE Results 2020

Archway Learning Trust educates over 25% of the secondary school students in Nottingham and so with over 600 students receiving results it is an exciting time. Sian Hampton, CEO says: “At Archway Learning Trust we are celebrating with our Y11 students their achievements in this year’s GCSEs. We should never forget how hard students have … Continue reading GCSE Results 2020

A Level Results 2020

For the sixth form students at Archway Learning Trust the past few months have been a time of uncertainty. Sian Hampton, Chief Executive commented: “At Archway we seek to be inclusive and believe in the transformational power of education for each individual. We are so proud of all of our sixth form students at Bluecoat … Continue reading A Level Results 2020

Black Lives Matter

Following the events of the last two weeks and the abhorrent killing of George Floyd in America we wanted to state publicly that Archway Learning Trust is vehemently opposed to any sort of racism. Our Trust is entirely committed to fighting racism and prejudice in all of its forms, and to the active promotion of … Continue reading Black Lives Matter

Leading on Literacy During Lockdown: Archway Learning Trust, Nottingham

Article written by the National Literacy Trust   The Nottingham Emmanuel School is one of five secondary Archway Learning Trust schools, including an internal alternative provision setting.  Developing and consolidating the leadership of literacy is a key priority and Trust leaders have taken a proactive and co-ordinated approach to this. Professional development and training for … Continue reading Leading on Literacy During Lockdown: Archway Learning Trust, Nottingham

A Level Results 2019

There have been celebrations today at our Bluecoat Aspley Acadmey and The Nottingham Emmanuel School as students arrived to collect their A Level results. Archway Learning Trust is very proud of our wonderful Post 16 Students who have achieved so much during their time with us. Bluecoat Aspley Academy We were once again thrilled at … Continue reading A Level Results 2019

Free School Announcement

New Secondary School for Archway Learning Trust given Green Light to proceed  Proposals for a new secondary school led by Archway Learning Trust have today been given the green light by the Department for Education.  Archway Learning Trust submitted an application for the new school in October 2018 and on Thursday 30th May 2019, in … Continue reading Free School Announcement

Archway Student Awards 2019

On the 12th February 2019 we saw our first ever Trust Student Awards Ceremony. This was a really exciting moment for us all across the Trust as we came together to celebrate the success of so many children across all ages and recognise their contributions to the life of each Academy. We really enjoyed being … Continue reading Archway Student Awards 2019

Archway Students Opening the EMH Annual Education Conference

It was brilliant to see two of our students opening the Regional Schools Commissioner East Midlands and Humber annual conference yesterday.  Sadyia and Adil both told their stories and explained how their journey through the Archway schools had led them to be the huge successes they are today.  Speaking in front of over 170 school … Continue reading Archway Students Opening the EMH Annual Education Conference

The Secretary of State for Education, Rt Hon Damian Hinds MP, visits Archway Learning Trust

The Secretary of State for Education, Rt Hon Damian Hinds MP, visits Archway Learning Trust, Thursday 22 March 2018. It was a real honour to be selected to host a visit by the Secretary of State for Education, Rt. Honourable Damian Hinds MP. Our growing reputation as an inclusive and successful Trust that does not give … Continue reading The Secretary of State for Education, Rt Hon Damian Hinds MP, visits Archway Learning Trust

John Edwards visits Archway Learning Trust

It was a great pleasure to welcome John Edwards, Regional Schools Commissioner for the East Midlands and Humber, to Archway Learning Trust today.  John was able to meet with staff and students who focus especially on the inclusive ethos that runs through the heart of the Trust.  Archway has always supported high numbers of students … Continue reading John Edwards visits Archway Learning Trust

The Nottingham Emmanuel School

Archway Learning Trust  is delighted to be working with our colleagues at Nottingham Emmanuel School to build a Trust that delivers the very best of outcomes for our students. Visit the Nottingham Emmanuel School website to find out more about their work. http://www.emmanuel.nottingham.sch.uk/

Bluecoat Academy Consultation

Bluecoat Academy consultation about future plans – please read more in the attached document. No news stories have been added to this category yet. Formal Consultation Dec 2016 The post Bluecoat Academy Consultation appeared first on Bluecoat Aspley Academy.

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