The Redstart Learning Partnership is celebrating five years as a Trust. What a fantastic first few years we have had. Our vision has always been to develop a Trust where working collaboratively for the benefit of all the pupils is at the heart of everything we do. I am delighted that we have upheld this principle and each school is contributing significantly to the Trust as a whole. This is down to the hard work, dedication and commitment of all staff, governors and directors. I would like to thank everyone involved for their continued contribution to our work.
We were thrilled that Castle Primary School has achieved such a good OFSTED report and I am delighted that the hard work and commitment of everyone associated with the school was reflected so positively in the report. It was wonderful to see that the role of the Trust was recognised too. ‘The school benefits from sharing good practice with other members of the Redstart Learning Partnership. This has a positive impact on staff development and pupils’ progress improves as a result’.
All schools are thriving and buzzing with activity. All the teachers have accessed high quality professional development opportunities and will continue to do so throughout this year. We also welcome a number of new staff to our Trust and we look forward to working with them. The quality of learning opportunities offered to all pupils is exceptional and we pride ourselves on maintaining and developing them. All schools have benefited from a range of high quality resources. We plan to build upon our early successes over the coming years and I look forward to sharing these with you.
Suzanne Flack - CEO
The Redstart Learning Partnership (TRLP) is situated in south Somerset and is a Multi Academy Trust of 9 Primary schools; The Redstart Primary School, Buckland St Mary C of E Primary School, Castle Primary School, Minerva Primary School (previously Halcon Primary School), Holy Trinity Primary School, Taunton, Ashill Primary School, Hatch Beauchamp Primary School, Winsham Primary School and Priorswood Primary School in Taunton. The Partnership has one simple aim; to provide an outstanding education for every child.
Each school within the Partnership serves its local community and has its own unique identity and we believe that this is integral to the success of our Partnership. However, this is both strengthened and enhanced by the extremely close working relationship between the schools, which has enabled us to provide high quality senior leadership, excellent CPD and school improvement support to ensure each school continues to thrive and improve. By sharing key personnel, core policies and admin systems we have been able to ensure that all schools attain consistently high expectations in all areas.
TRLP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and expects all staff to share this commitment