barlestone-school croxton-kerrial-logo highma-on-the-hill st-lukes st-peters st-simon-and-st-jude tugby wymondham st-peter-st-paul-ce-academy st-peter-st-paul-ce-academy bad 1 st-marys st -marys bad redmil redmil bad waltham waltham bad
Trust Logo
Search
Language

Enabling children to flourish and succeed

Rise Multi Academy Trust

Welcome to the
Rise Multi-Academy Trust

Our schools are beacons of good practice, care and support. We are united in our desire to help every child rise to the challenges and opportunities that await them in their lives. To achieve this, we work collectively and collaboratively. Underpinned by our strong Church of England ethos and values, there is a sense of family that enables us to achieve more as a group than as individual schools.

Learn More From Our CEO

Our Family of Schools

Our values define who we are.

Collaborative Produced by or involving two or more parties working together

Inclusive Aiming to provide equal access to opportunities and resources for people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalised

Compassionate Feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others

Truthful Telling and expressing the truth, being honest and sincere

Respectful Feeling or showing deference and respect

Read Our Vision & Values

Working together to flourish and succeed

12
schools
collaborating
100
of children go to
Good schools

Improving outcomes

St Mary’s Primary School has moved from Inadequate to being in the top 5 schools in Leicestershire for KS2 outcomes.

Strong progress for vulnerable pupils

X2

The proportion of pupils, who receive additional support for their special needs and/or disabilities, reaching the expected standard at the end of Year 6 has more than doubled since 2016. In 2016 the proportion was below national, in 2019 it was well above.

Raising standards

- 7 + 2
National Average
-6.2% 2016
-3.9% 2017
-2.6% 2018
+1.5% 2019

At the end of Key Stage One, in 2019 66.4% of children are at or above expected standard. This is 1.5% above national.

Data taken from LIAISE – Leicestershire Information, Analysis and Intelligence for Supporting Education

What people say

“The academy trust provides the school with effective leadership and support. It offers opportunities for staff to share ideas and improve their practice”

Ofsted 2020

“The trust and the new local governing body support leaders well to improve the quality of education.”

Ofsted 2019

“Our school is a wonderful, secure, warm, family environment, where children are encouraged to respectfully have fun through learning.”

Parent 2020

“Relationships within the whole school community are exemplary, reflecting its strong Christian character.”

Parent 2020
Read More Testimonials

Our highlights

Read More News

Our highlights

Top