As a group of schools, we have worked closely together for over 20 years, supporting each other in developing exciting learning experiences, such as our Celebration of Friendship evening, to continuous professional development events and training which ensures our schools remain well-supported and prepared for the ever-changing educational landscape.
Collectively, we created a statement of values and a vision for our cluster which encapsulates our drive for success.
We will be developing our offer for not only our cluster schools, but those others who wish to access some of our amazing resources and opportunities. If this is something you are interested in exploring more, please leave us a message on the contact section of the website and our Business Manager will get back to you.
Each half term, a different headteacher will feedback on WRIST activities and its impact on our schools.
Most recently, we have held subject leader updates for most subjects and have had our inaugural TeachMeet, which was held at New Longton All Saints’. There were over 70 staff members there and the talks were key in moving learning forward.
New Longton All Saints’