Feversham Education Trust has the intention to open a separate boys and girls school in each of the following areas.
Feversham Education Trust (FET) is an Academy Sponsor situated in Bradford, borne out of the incredible success of Feversham Academy, an outstanding girls school.
Our mission is simple, to provide the best quality of education in a secure learning environment.
FET is dedicated to improving the life chances of all learners. The Trust is a not-for-profit organisation with the aim of providing quality support and challenge to ensure outstanding outcomes for all learners in our schools.
All of the academies in the Trust will:
Feversham Academy has consistently ranked in the first percentile in the country for value added. The academy was awarded teaching school status in 2012, with an established legal partnership with Skipton Girls High School for both our Teaching Schools; Northern Lights Teaching School Alliance. We work with over 20 key partners on improving outcomes for learners, leadership development and recruitment of teachers. Feversham Academy is also a National Support School.
Our proposal for an 11-16 girls Free School with a four form entry called Bronte Girls Academy (BGA) has been approved and we will open our doors in September 2019. The academy will cater for girls from the local BD4 area of Bradford
Queensbury became an academy and joined Feversham Education Trust in September 2016. We have been a popular choice with parents for many years. There are approximately 960 students on roll. Queensbury Academy is a friendly, thriving and stimulating place to work and study. We expect that every student will achieve their very best.
The Trust has committed to a joint venture company with its Teaching School, creating the Northern Lights Teaching School Alliance (NLTSA) which serves a wide and adverse alliance of schools. The core offer of NLTSA includes the offer of training and support for the alliance and identifying and co-coordinating expertise to support the following:
The nursery was opened by FET in 2011 with an aim to address the needs of the local community by offering outstanding early years care and education. The nursery received an outstanding judgement from Ofsted in its first year and remains a beacon of early year’s provision supported by the Local Authority and community.