We are inspired by the awe and wonder of the world.
We are bold and innovative in our approach to find new solutions to the challenges we face.
We are the best we can be.
We take responsibility for our actions in an environment of mutual respect.
We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
We are passionate about learning.
Based at Lanhydrock in Cornwall, Bridge Schools Trust serves 14 academies in the Trust. We currently work across a wide area of Cornwall. Our schools vary in size from 421 pupils in the largest to 23 in the smallest and include voluntary aided Church Schools.
By working together, Bridge Schools Trust is ideally situated to face both educational and operational challenges. With a dedicated central team we can provide schools with a range of specialised services and support, allowing leaders to focus on providing excellent teaching and learning opportunities for all our learners. The Trust is committed to delivering high quality educational provision across all academies whilst encouraging our partners to reflect the individual needs of local communities.
Bridge Schools Trust
Cornwall PL30 5DQ
Phone: 01208 503103
The Trust welcomes the approach of any school interested in joining Bridge Schools, regardless of size, location or status.
Cornwall Association of Chief Executives met at the Bridge Offices to kick 2020 off. A relatively newly formed group over the last year we are trying to bring solutions to shared problems as well as uniting as a group representing over half of children in schools in Cornwall.
We were fortunate to secure an early appointment with Meredith Teasdale, the new Director of Services for Children families and Schools for Cornwall to meet and talk to us. We listened to Meredith outlining her vision for a new working relationship as well as hearing from Kate Evan-Hughes the newly appointed Head of Schools for Cornwall LA. We look forward to developing a productive and positive working relationship between ourselves and the Local Authority with new leadership.
CACE also discussed local information to be aware of as well as improving the process around appeals for school places.
All our visitors commented on how fortunate we were to have obtained such a good centrally located office and meeting space. We are fortunate indeed but use it for most of the week to host meetings and when it isn’t being used it is let out for other groups to generate income for the trust. Our aim is to become cost neutral in the first instance and then to generate income to be used in the schools. If you would like more information or would like to host a meeting at our hub please visit Bridge Training Hub Website.
Click here for more news entries.
© 2020 Bridge Schools trust is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales. Registration number 7736425. It is an exempt charity.