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Partners2019-05-16T11:09:57+01:00

Partners

The Church of England has been involved closely in education for centuries. In every age, the church has looked for educational opportunities, and has taken the lead in exploring new possibilities.

Academies are now very much a part of the national pattern of school-age education. A growing number of young people are learning within the context of academies, and it’s only right that there is a Church of England presence within the range of academies nationally.

The Diocese of York stretches from the Humber to the Tees. In this area there are over 120 Church of England educational institutions. All four of our secondary schools, as well as a number of primaries, are academies and The Diocese of York Educational Trust was founded in order to represent the Diocese as the corporate member in Multi-Academy Trusts which include Church of England academies.

Together with the Diocesan Board of Education, the Trust is committed to working so that our young people can have the best possible educational experience, develop their gifts, grow and mature in a safe environment, understand the significance of faith, and prepare for life in modern Britain.

Hull Kingston Rovers

SALT is proud to be a sponsor of Hull KR, our local Super-League club. Pupils in the Trust benefit from privileged access to matches, specialist coaching, and a fast-track route into professional rugby through Archbishop Sentamu Academy’s unique Rugby Scholarship Programme.

Incyte

Support and challenge for each academy is provided through Incyte.  In addition to each academy having a dedicated School Improvement Partner, Incyte also provide further specialist advisers as needed, for example in Early Years or SEN provision

“Staff talk about being part of the school family and are proud to work there”

Newland St John’s Academy Ofsted

“Pupils described how well staff get to know them and how carefully staff listen to what they say”

Aspire Academy Ofsted

“Teachers value the range of professional development opportunities which enable them to improve the quality of their teaching”

Archbishop Sentamu Academy Ofsted

“Leaders and managers, including governors, are passionate about giving pupils the best opportunities for future success. Leaders have driven the improvements to the quality of education in this school with determination”

Archbishop Sentamu Academy Ofsted

“Pupils’ excellent behaviour and good attendance reflect the school’s high expectations. Pupils are proud of their school and all that it stands for”

St James’ Church of England Academy Ofsted

“A strong culture of safeguarding permeates the school. Pastoral staff know the pupils and their families well and provide very effective care and support. Pupils speak highly of the staff who keep them safe and say they are happy at school”

Archbishop Sentamu Academy Ofsted

“Pupils grow and flourish in the caring ethos that underpins all that the school does. Parents and carers value the strong sense of community you encourage within the school’s very diverse cultural and social mix where everyone is treated with kindness and respect”

Newland St John’s Church of England Academy Ofsted

“Effective teaching in this school is characterised by teachers’ sound subject knowledge, backed up by a deep understanding of pupils’ different needs and the most effective approach to secure the best learning from each pupil”

Aspire Academy Ofsted

“The development of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural learning is
a strength of the school. The Christian ethos is very clear and embedded”

Archbishop Sentamu Academy Ofsted

“Links to the local church and the school’s strong focus on social responsibility, tolerance and respect ensure that provision for pupils’ personal development, welfare, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding”

St James’ Church of England Academy Ofsted
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