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, middle and upper 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
Year 7 girls success at netball finals!
Work on the Sensory Garden is under way. See our Gallery for more photographs.
On Wednesday 29 January, three pupils and four staff from Langside School joined Colehill First School for a shared music assembly, a playtime and a communication session with year 3 and 4 pupils.
Pupils at Colehill First School came to school today in non-uniform clothes in exchange for a donation to Wimborne Food Bank.
Power has been restored, school will be open on Wedneday 26th February.
Spring Newsletter 2020 (1)
Pupils at Hayeswood First School came to school today in non-uniform clothes in exchange for a donation to Wimborne Food Bank.
The Food Bank contacted local schools after Christmas to report unprecedented seasonal demand in the Wimborne area. The stock from Harvest and Christmas donations, which would normally last until well into the spring, had, by early January, dramatically reduced. We responded in support by organising a non-uniform day in exchange for a voluntary food donations. Each school collected an impressive stockpile of tinned and dried foods for use at the Food Bank!
Thank you to our neighbourhood Police team who have been visiting Merley recently. It is great to have your support to ensure our children and families stay safe at the busy points in the day.
Year 2 enjoyed a visit from our local Fire safety team. The children have been learning about The Great Fire of London and about fire seaftey in our homes and school now.
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.
Years 2, 3 and 4 visited Safewise on Friday 10th January and successfully completed the Junior Citizen tour - we all showed courage and compassion whilst thinking about how we can keep ourselves safe and help others stay safe too. This included keeping safe around fire, in the home, at the beach and the countryside, in a car, when walking, when using the train and what to do in an emergency. We even practised phoning 999!
Hedgehogs class visited Farmer Vernon at his farm to see where pine trees grow locally and to help choose one to bring back to school. The whole school then enjoyed making lots of decorations to dress the tree ready for our Christmas celebrations. Thank you Farmer Vernon and thank you to all of the parents who came to help with all of the making!