Welcome to Wimborne Academy Trust and thank you for visiting our website. The Trust exists to provide outstanding education for children. We work hard to ensure we improve the life chances of all our children across the Trust.
The Trust provides an outstanding education across first and middle phases, ensuring our children are given a broad and balanced education which prepares them well for success in their future lives. We provide strong challenge and support to our schools and ensure they deliver success for all.
Professional development, challenge and support are at the heart of ensuring our staff are some of the finest teachers so they can deliver outstanding teaching.
The Trust is open and inclusive. Should you wish to visit any of our schools you would be most welcome. We are always seeking to work closely with parents and carers.
Chief Executive Officer
Look out for these pretty hats!
Year 8 Netball go on tour!
30 April - 4 May was E-Safety Week at Colehill First School.
On Friday 4th May, year 1 pupils participated in a multi-sports festival with other Wimborne Academy Trust First Schools.
The coaches are currently caught in traffic and estimate a 4.55 return.
Summer Term Newsletter (1)
In April we sent out a survey to parents to capture their views of our school, whether or not they are happy with the provision for their child and what they would like to see developed. we aslo wanted to hear what they think we do well. We had 53 responses and were very pleased at the extremely positive nature of them.
Here you can see the results and we have responded to some of the points for development that were noted.
Three teams compete at Hayeswood multiskills morning!
On Friday 4th May, our Year 1 children were joined by the Year 1 classes from Colehill First School and St John’s First School for a Multiskills Festival. Our EYFS leader who also leads P.E in our school organised the event and the children all had a wonderful time.
The 90 children began with a warm-up and then competed in 5 challenges. First they had to see how many balls they could bounce against a wall in 30 seconds and if that didn’t bowl them over they then had to knock down as many skittles as possible. Next up was the highly competitive bean bag throwing game in which the children had to try and reach the highest scoring hoops. Then it was a pure speed test as the would-be Usain Bolts and Jessica Ennis’s were timed whilst running around a track. Their final challenge was to jump across a line as many times as possible.
Each child’s scores were added up and the winning team was Colehill First School.
Compost and Pens
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during our power failure today, Monday 29th January. We are back up and running with school as normal tomorrow.
Our THIRD Green Flag!
Flash record attempt at St Michael's CE Middle School
This year's' tall ship adventure has started...
St Michael Sculpture