Feversham Education Trust
Feversham Education Trust (FET) is located in Bradford and was borne out of the outstanding success of Feversham Academy, which was founded in 1984 and converted to Academy status in 2011. The Trust currently comprises one outstanding secondary Muslim girls’ school (11-18), a joint venture teaching school, an early years’ nursery provision and a mixed secondary school (11-16).
Feversham Academy is a designated Teaching School. Along with Skipton Girls High School, we have committed to a joint venture company with both our Teaching Schools creating the Northern Lights Teaching School Alliance (NLTSA) which serves a wide and adverse alliance of schools. The core offer of NLTSA includes the offer of training and support for the alliance and identifying and co-ordinating expertise to support the following:
- Specialist Leaders of Education
- School to School Support
- Research and Development
- Initial Teacher Training
- Professional Development
- Leadership Development
Bronte Girls’ Academy will join our three existing settings, namely:
We are committed to providing outstanding education in a secure learning environment for all learners. Regardless of background, gender, faith and prior experience we work to ensure that every young person in our schools has access to and achieves outstanding learning.
We will achieve this by:
- Providing outstanding leadership and educational services that will improve the lives of young learners in our ever changing and complex society.
- Setting standards of excellence in teaching and learning through the implementation of a well-designed and bespoke curriculum.
- Having high expectations of all our learners in standards of achievement, behaviour and school attendance.
- Creating an environment that respects and values the dignity, integrity and special needs of all our learners regardless of age, race, religion and gender.
- Providing a caring and supporting environment for all our learners to develop academically, morally, spiritually and socially.
- Creating environments where quality relationships are developed between all who work and participate in the community.
- Creating an awareness, commitment and sense of responsibility amongst our learners with regards to local, national and global issues.
We set high expectation of ourselves, and we apply the same principles to our pupils in the pursuit of achievement, good behaviour and high attendance. Good teaching practice is underpinned by robust governance and leadership, with shared accountability across all levels of staff.
We have a very strong and experienced board of trustees, with in-depth knowledge of the education sector and a diverse range of specialist professional experience. You can find out more about our trustees and their backgrounds here.
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