We embrace individuality, encourage dedication and participation
and take great pride in watching our young people grow and succeed.
Given the right support, in the right environment,
all young people can thrive and make excellent progress.
as creative individuals
By encouraging creativity and expression in all its forms,
our young people develop not just academically, but as a whole.
as engaged citizens
We are committed to motivating our young people from an early age,
to become active, caring and engaged members of the community.
Throughout their time with us, all our children
develop spiritually as well as academically.
Being part of a Trust provides plentiful opportunities to work with partner schools.
We are there to challenge but most importantly support each other.
Supporting and developing highly effective local governance so that we
ensure our children and young people get the best education possible.
We work with trust schools in aiming to create a culture of excellence, by being relentless in providing the very best for our children and students. We believe that given the right support, in the right environment, all young people can thrive and make excellent progress. For us, what matters most is the distance travelled, not where the children end up.
Inspiring young people to believe in themselves and work hard
Sharing expertise and best practice and driving change within the Trust
Give each child the chance to carve out their own pathway towards achieving their goals
Ensuring our governors are trained and equipped to the highest standards
Contributing to making society a better place
A new headteacher has been appointed at Baldersby St James Church of England Primary School. Steff Brown will officially take the helm as Headteacher from September 2020.
Hope Learning Trust has welcomed its new Chief Executive Officer, Helen Winn, this week. Helen will officially take the reins from Brian Crosby at the end of August.
A colourful, permanent reminder of the contribution of the NHS during the Coronavirus crisis has been created at a Graham School in Scarborough.
For those in York, with a child in Year 6, you will need to apply for a secondary school place by 31 October. Take a look at our York secondaries and join their Virtual Open Evenings: @manorceacademy @ValeYorkAcademy twitter.com/CityofYork/sta…
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Working within the Hope Learning Trust provides numerous opportunities to work with partners, develop skills, share best practice and contribute to establishing environments where young people can thrive. We are there to challenge but most importantly support each other.
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TOGETHER, A PLACE TO THRIVE
Hope Learning Trust, York presents opportunities and expectations that promote success. In a world of turmoil we are able to offer schools the opportunity to concentrate on teaching and learning, providing you with peace of mind as we look after everything else.
We always try to meet individual needs by getting to know our children very well as this helps them to thrive and develop. By being able to share some really good practice, see examples of how others work and tap in to contacts that other staff have throughout the Trust, we’ve seen a really positive impact on children’s education and general wellbeing.
WORKING IN COLLABORATION
The partnership with Hope Learning Trust and, importantly, with Manor Church of England Academy, is significant as it is unique to the schools in York. No other multi-academy trust exists as yet in this area that gives scope for two secondary schools to work in collaboration.