A Church of England trust established to bring together church and community schools, it was originally formed by Manor Church of England Academy and Poppleton Ousebank Primary School.
Our vision is really very simple. We aspire to provide a place where children and young people can thrive. The aspirations for our existing academies and those joining us are to establish environments where young people thrive. We want our schools to be places where children and young people thrive as active learners; compassionate, kind and creative individuals; caring and engaged citizens; and spiritual beings. We aim to grow together, to serve one another and nurture our children and young people.
In a world of turmoil we offer schools the opportunity to concentrate on teaching and learning, providing you with peace of mind as we look after everything else. Hope Learning Trust, York presents opportunities and expectations that promote success.
By working together we can ensure:
Joining the Trust If your philosophy, ambitions and vision are in line with ours please contact us to find out more.
The future is full of exciting opportunities for the Hope Learning Trust. We are keen to talk to school leaders who share our vision.
We are seeking partners who strive to generate a culture of excellence by being innovative and collaborative; schools that are or want to be high performing organisations – relentless in providing the very best education and nurturing environments for their students. Your school is unique and as a Hope Learning Trust academy, you will retain this distinctive identity.
Education is at a crossroads. Joining us could provide you with security, by helping shape a brighter and promising future for your school, families and local community. We provide a respectful and professional team that can work with you to inspire greatness.
If you feel your philosophy and values are in line with ours, then let’s continue the conversation. Together we can embark on a unique and exciting journey.
Contact us to find out more.
We are hosting a CPD session: Changes to Ofsted inspection with a focus on subject responsibility for Middle Leaders, led by Mike Smith, education consultant. It will take place @grahamschool from 4-6pm, 12 February buff.ly/37nrYNu All welcome! pic.twitter.com/1LsJYh4FUr