About The Rose Learning Trust
Chief Executive Officer Welcome
I believe we are much stronger together. As a trust, we seek to support and challenge each other to improve the outcomes and life chances of all our pupils across all our communities. We will continue to learn from each other: transforming futures collaboratively.
Our aim is not only to grow our trust successfully, but also sustainably. We believe that through quality, not quantity, we can facilitate opportunities that can be invested back into the people who will secure our future: our pupils and staff.
Our aim at The Rose Learning Trust is to provide all pupils with the best possible start in life within communities of promise.
Chair of Trustees Welcome
Our aim at The Rose Learning Trust is to provide all pupils with the best possible start in their educational journey. We know that effective governance is essential in providing the best education for all our pupils. Our culture is to work positively with all academies in a support and challenge role that enables them to thrive.
I have been involved with school governance since as both a governor and chair of governor in several local schools, as well as being a trustee at a local Teaching School Alliance. My legal background, along with extensive school experience, has enabled me to advise on educational law matters, including academy conversion, and offer strategic challenge and support in the best interests of all pupils in The Rose Learning Trust.
We are a trust founded on a shared belief that the best interests of children should be at the heart of the future of our schools. Our trust was founded by the Head Teachers and Governors of two schools who shared this belief and wanted to take the necessary steps to ensure that this was at the forefront of our educational futures.
We believe that all children should have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. Our focus is ensuring that all of our children have the best tools and support to learn and grow in a safe, enjoyable environment. We acknowledge that results are not the full picture. If pupils do not enjoy school or do not gain the life skills to make the most of their qualifications, success might evade them. We aim to provide an environment in which children can develop wholly, not just academically.
We are committed to maintaining the autonomy of our academies. We seek to support and challenge each other to improve the outcomes and life chances of all the children across the communities of the trust, whilst respecting the aspects of practice that are distinctive to our individual communities.
Our motivation is sustainable, mutually accountable collaboration and school improvement, focusing predominantly on how this will raise standards of teaching and learning for our pupils. With effective collaboration, good practice and the sharing of resources, we aim to broaden the future opportunities of both our pupils and staff.
Our aim is not only to grow our Multi Academy Trust (MAT) successfully but also sustainably. We believe that through quality, not quantity, we can facilitate opportunities for our trust that can be invested back into the people who will secure our future: pupils and staff.