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
1st place for Allenbourn
Our Chinese visitors joined in with the PE lesson and enjoyed a game of football.
Years 3 and 4 at Colehill First School learned all about the Jewish festival of Passover with Lynda Ford-Horne of Living Judaism.
Colehill First School pupils enjoyed taking their learning outdoors in snowy conditions on Friday 1st February.
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Reception class at Hayeswood, aka 'Frogs', have been learning this term about 'people who help us'.
The pupils of Hayeswood First School sang, acted and performed brilliantly in their Christmas 2018 interpretation of 'Rock Around The Flock'.
Spelling Workshop for Parents
We raised £1576.64
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!
St. Michael's Music department have created a Sound Cloud page to share some of the wonderful music they have produced.
Please see photos of our latest tall ships adventure with
On Friday 29th June the whole school enjoyed different activities to explore our school values.
During our Values Day sessions, we explored what our school values mean, how we can display them in our actions; ultimately, how we can live them out.
Great examples of team work were shown within each activity, especially during the team challenges, stretcher carry, mental and physical activities.
Pupils were able to describe how they were displaying the values:
"We had to show empathy towards people who were not able to do the things that we were" - during dance activity.
"We needed to work as a team and effective communication was important. Someone need to show leadership skills and take charge" - during stretcher carry.
"We had to keep going and show determination, then show resilience when one way didn't work" - mosaic making.
Julie from Wimborne Library came to visit us to present a book called The Lost Words
Safer Internet Day 2019 is being celebrated on Tuesday with an afternoon of age-appropriate activities in house groups with the theme of: Together For a Better Internet.