Ethos and Values

The Three River’s Learning Trust Vision

Our Goal

“To be amongst the very best Multi Academy Trusts in the countrydemonstrated by: outstanding teaching and leadership; school success; students who outperform; research based innovative practice; far reaching opportunities for students and employees; fulfilled staff; accomplished students and delighted parents; widespread recognition by others; a fully engaged community; a sustainable future; inclusion and equality for all; operational excellence and yet; striving for work-life balance.”

Our Mission

“To be an exciting, outward-looking learning community in which we show each individual that they matter and will be valued for their contribution to the world in which they live. We provide learning and enriching experiences to inspire, motivate, stretch and meet the needs of all learners. We encourage a lifelong love of learning to enable all to develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge to become confident communicators, resilient and responsible citizens, willing to accept responsibility and demonstrate qualities of leadership.”

Our Priorities

We have thought long and hard about our strategic priorities to achieve our vision

  • Raise achievement for all
  • Ensure the highest quality of teaching and learning
  • Provide the best possible curriculum and assessment procedures
  • Prioritise leadership and fully develop partnerships and opportunities beyond the Learning Trust
  • Ensure the sustainability of everything which we do
  • Give students outstanding support, guidance and enrichment opportunities as a foundation for their journey into further learning and the world of work

Abbeyfields’ Vision

At Abbeyfields, we strive to respect, fulfil and empower people through education

Abbeyfields…academic excellence in a nurturing environment

Our aims are to….

  • teach well, to facilitate learning and to ensure progress is made
  • identify the talents and abilities of each individual and to build on these
  • encourage confidence, independence and self-discipline
  • offer a broad and balanced curriculum which meets the needs of our children, provides pace and challenge, promotes high standards and is inclusive
  • promote well-being, healthy lifestyles and responsibility
  • communicate with parents and to meet their requirements in terms of knowledge about their child’s needs, progress, targets and achievements
  • demonstrate our caring through our actions
  • involve the school in the life of the community and the community in the life of the school
  • build a strong staff team of talented individuals
  • recognise talent and to promote leadership at all levels
  • train staff appropriately, recognising individual need within a corporate plan
  • structure the school in order to best use talents and to meet needs
  • minimise stress at all levels and recognise the necessity for a work-life balance
  • allocate resources to meet needs
  • create a safe and pleasant working environment for everyone