Welcome and thank you for visiting the Steel River Academy Trust website.
The headteachers of the four schools are determined to see a high performing multi-academy trust that delivers the highest possible standards for all with the values that we share.
We are all committed to ensuring that the academy trust continues to grow, maximising the life chances of all pupils.
We look forward to an exciting future for all members of the academy trust.
We would always like to hear from new schools who are thinking of joining a Multi Academy Trust or who would like a conversation about Steel River Academy Trust and what we do.
Steel River Multi Academy Trust is an exciting, energetic, passionate and spirited place to learn, work and grow. We have a varied set of schools within the trust who bring their enthusiasm and knowledge together to help improve the education and learning experience for all children.
Each of our schools delivers exceptional and irresistible learning opportunities in their own way, and our strong support network ensures that all pupils have the same opportunities and support to succeed. Our individuality underpins our unity.
An Executive Team of very experienced and outward looking headteachers who work in collaboration with each other sharing good practice, new initiatives and support.
The chance to work with colleagues from 4 diverse schools that are individual, collaborative and supportive of each other. Schools that bring the best out of each other and encourage each other to be part of a bigger and outward thinking team.
A chance to work within a Trust that supports individuals, helps them grow and offers opportunities across the Trust. We do this by putting the children first. Their education, mental health, well being and experiences are central to our ethos and our vision.Find out more
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