The core purpose of the Raleigh Education Trust is to ensure all children and young people are equipped for early adulthood, ensuring they can function successfully in the world outside.
Our aim is that children and young people will learn and develop the skills and character required to foster confidence, curiosity, creativity and empathy. We believe they will then progress with the confidence necessary to embrace life’s challenges.
We believe they will progress with the confidence and character necessary to embrace life’s challenges.
Vision for learning: our values influence everything that we plan, teach and our children learn – confidence, challenge, curiosity, character and creativity. Academy staff are expected to support children and young people to embody these values through their experiences in our academies.
Pedagogies that support high-level learning and engagement are evidence based. Deep and powerful understanding is formed through the use of memory and recall and children are challenged by personalised learning and project-based learning connected to the world around them which encourages opportunities for peers to work collaboratively to develop skills that go beyond their time in school.
Confidence is the foundation of successful progression through life. With the right mindset, personal wellbeing and physical activity, the challenges of life can be experienced as the rich tapestry of learning and development through early adulthood. We encourage our children and young people to move from their comfort zones to nurture confidence within the unknown and unfamiliar.
We do everything we can to prepare the children in our care for a complex, uncertain and constantly changing world, where they will go on to live, grow and work. By strengthening their resilience and academic capacity, we aim to equip them with the skills to face life’s hurdles head-on.
A world full of mystery and unknowns is not one we want our children to enter with fear or trepidation. We aim for the children to not only meet the challenges of early adulthood, we want to ensure they are excited to overcome them; curiosity is the doorway to exploration, understanding and the acquisition of knowledge.
Essential traits to living a meaningful and purposeful life include empathy, compassion and self-awareness. By focusing on these strong areas of character alongside the achievement of personalised academic excellence, pupils will be well prepared for the future.
Collaboration and exploration permeate throughout our school environments. Creative, original thinking and independence are encouraged throughout the curriculum. Design and Technology, art, music and dance provide experiences for children and help them understand themselves and others.