We provide strategic and operational support to our schools to ensure the best possible outcomes for our children.
We have a clear and collaborative approach to education in our schools, which includes mainstream and Church of England academies.
Our aim is to create a climate of possibility that celebrates diversity and breeds creativity.
“Christian values clearly underpin every aspect of St Martin’s Primary School“ SIAMS Inspection Report St Martin’s CE Primary
Vision, Values and Ethos
Our belief of creating a climate of possibility that celebrates diversity, sparks curiosity and breeds creativity, is facilitated through strategic and operational support to schools offering a range of systems, structures and resources to ensure best possible outcomes for our pupils. This is demonstrated by the consistently improving performance in our schools.
We want our children to leave our schools as life-long learners with a respect for each other and above all with a set of values that ensure they make a contribution to their community and society.
Our values are to promote integrity, respect, aspiration, responsibility, creativity and perseverance.
In our church schools, we promote distinct Christian values enabling our children to develop a clear understanding of Christian beliefs.
“Leaders have designed a broad, balanced curriculum that captures pupils interests and deepens their knowledge in a wide range of subjects” Ofsted
Field View Primary
Achieving Educational Excellence
We have an established model for educational excellence in order to develop opportunities and life chances for our pupils. This is achieved through establishing a clear approach to education within each academy.
We provide excellent professional development, delivered through trust-wide opportunities and our strategic partnership with ConnectEd Teaching School Alliance.
Our leaders facilitate, develop and deliver the CPD programmes for NQTs, the Initial Teacher Training for School’s Direct and the NPQML Programme.
The Trust, through St Martin’s CE Primary school, provides expertise in delivering and training in phonics, through its recognition as a model school for RWI (Read, Write Inc)
We share ‘best practice’ throughout the Trust, which gives opportunity for engaging in leadership and curriculum networks, enabling effective progress and outcomes for our pupils.
“The MAT ensures that teachers and middle leaders are well trained” Ofsted Field View Primary
Strategic and Operational Support
We operate a collegiate model of school improvement which is underpinned by operational excellence.
Key elements of support and collaboration are:
To be operationally excellent so that we can ensure maximum resource is available to focus on teaching and learning
To support accurate school self-evaluation, which includes the use of data analysis
Economies of scale through pooling of resources
To recruit and retain the best staff and quality CPD as an expectation
Strategic support for developing site improvement
To implement robust and effective systems including:
- Pupil welfare and safeguarding
- Monitoring the quality of teaching
- Assessment, Data analysis and reporting
- Behaviour management systems
- Performance management
“The Directors of the Trust provide a robust, strategic direction, which is focused on continuous improvement” Ofsted St Martin’s CE Primary
St Martin’s CE Primary School
St Martin's CE Primary School Bradley, Bilston. Providing education for children 3-11 years.
At St Martin's we strive for excellence in all we do so that our children are equipped with the necessary skills for life in modern Britain.
Based on a strong Christian foundation, our children learn about respecting one another; the key attitudes needed to be successful in life and the importance of excellent academic achievements.
The pupils at St Martin's leave the school with excellent results that are above national expectations. This is achieved through the hard work of pupils and staff, the support of parents and a clear aim:
Our aim is to create a climate of possibility through a Christian ethos that celebrates diversity, sparks curiosity and breeds creativity.
Lisa Martin. Head of School
Field View Primary School
Field View Primary School, Bilston. Providing education for children 3-11 years.
We are driven at Field View Primary School to equip our children with the skills needed to meet the challenges which lie ahead of them in life in modern Britain.
We want our pupils to leave Field View Primary School with high academic and personal achievements, with a respect for each other and, above all, with a set of values that will ensure they make a contribution to their community and society.
We believe the way to achieve this is through a rich and broad curriculum that reflects our aim to create a climate of possibility that celebrates diversity, sparks curiosity and breeds creativity.
Sam Davis. Headteacher
Grove Primary School
Grove Primary School, All Saints, Wolverhampton. Providing education for children 3-11 years.
At Grove Primary School, everything we do is driven by our aim to create a climate of possibility that celebrates diversity, sparks curiosity and breeds creativity.
Our curriculum is designed to meet high academic standards as well as offer a broad range of opportunities to our pupils. Scholastic excellence is at the heart of what we do to ensure children make exceptional progress, whilst still providing a rich variety of experiences.
We promote respect, aspiration and responsibility as key values to ensure our children leave us as confident learners ready to contribute to their community.
Ben Davis. Headteacher
St Martin’s CE Primary School
Wallace Road, Bradley,
Wolverhampton WV14 8BS