Who we are & what we do
The Ouseburn Learning Trust is a charitable company of eight schools and six partner organisations in the East of Newcastle upon Tyne.
The Trust benefits our pupils, schools, partners and the community. Through a unique collaboration of its members, the Trust raises aspirations and attainment in our diverse young people, aged 3 to 19 by delivering consistently high quality teaching and inspirational life experiences. The Trust was founded in October 2014. It is governed by ‘The Trust Board’, which consists of representative members from each of the schools and the partners.
A world class educational experience for young people aged 3-19.
We are delighted to have the chance to show how the eight schools in the Partnership wish to work together in the future and how this will benefit our schools, pupils and community. We firmly believe that by working more closely together with external partners we can build a world class educational experience for young people aged 3-19.
The nature of education in England is changing rapidly. Much of this change is related to school governance and the changing role of the Local Authority which has a significantly reduced influence in many areas of education. In this environment the Governors and Headteachers of the eight schools in the Ouseburn Learning Trust believe that there is real advantage in the schools developing a closer and stronger collaborative relationship.
Our joint membership of a shared Trust will mean that everything that was already good about the current schools will be continued. Our governing bodies and school leaders will still have the same responsibilities for the education of your children as before. We believe that by establishing a Trust we can further enhance the quality of education and care that children now receive.
The Ouseburn Learning Trust Strategic Plan is underpinned by the three core Strategic priorities of Health and Wellbeing, Music and Transition. Each strategic priority has a working party attached to it and the outcomes the working parties are working towards are reflected in the documents below:
- Health and Wellbeing
View the Strategic Action Plan 2016-17 Academic year.
View the Strategic Plan 2015-16 Academic Year