We are delighted to announce that we have been selected to open a new primary school in Abbey Farm, Swindon. We are looking forward to meeting the local community when we have a confirmed opening date and working in close partnership with all stakeholders to develop the school.
In July 2013 Educate Together Academy Trust UK (ETAT) was approved as an academy sponsor, eligible to work on projects in England. Following this, in December 2013 ETAT was awarded the sponsorship of a new academy to be built in Redfield, Bristol. Educate Together Academy Trust UK was incorporated on January 24, 2014.
Redfield Educate Together Primary opened its doors to two reception classes in September 2014. The school has been in a brand new building since September 2015, as they welcomed their next two reception classes. For further information please visit www.redfieldet.org.uk.
Somerdale Educate Together Primary opened in September, 2017 to one class of reception children, in a brand new building next to the iconic Fry's Chocolate Factory. When full the school will have 210 pupils. For further information, including primary and pre-school admissions and tour dates, please visit www.somerdaleet.org.uk.
Mulberry Park Educate Together Primary is a one-form entry school that opened its doors this September 2018. The school runs in a brand new building, next door to the new community ‘Hub’ and Happy Days Nursery. When full the school will have 210 pupils. To find out more, including admissions info please visit www.mulberryparket.org.uk.
Parklands Educate Together Primary is currently open in a new temporary building near The Radio Wing, community venue. The mixed year 1 and reception class and pre-school opened doors in September 2018. When full the school will have 420 pupils, plus pre-school places. Over the next 18 months the Parklands Team are working closely with NSC to deliver our new building. For further information about admissions or the school, please visit www.parklandset.org.uk.
The Educate Together Academy Trust support schools that are:
Equality Based i.e. all children having equal rights of access to the school, with children of all social cultural and religious background been equally respected.
Co-educational and committed to encouraging all children to explore their full range of abilities and opportunities.
Learner-centred in their approach to education.
Democratically run with active participation by parents, pupils and the community in the daily life of the school, whilst positively affirming the professional role of the teachers.
*in this regard the terms “learner-centred” and “child-centred” are interchangeable
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