Trust Outcomes Celebrated - Summer 2022

Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership are celebrating another fantastic set of results that show just how robust all their schools have been along with children, staff and parents during the last few years.

At primary level 65% of children met the Age Related Expectation in year 6 for reading, writing and maths, which matches the ...

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A Remarkable set of Sixth Form results

Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership Sixth Form, which includes students attending the Writhlington Sixth Form, Midsomer Norton Sixth Form and Mendip Studio School Sixth Form, which is one of the largest and most successful sixth forms in the South West, saw students celebrating exceptional results. These are students who have been ...

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End of Summer Term Letter from Alun Williams

21st July 2022

Dear Parents and Carers

I am writing to thank you all for your support this year. It has been a challenge getting back on track so to speak, but schools have generally felt as though they have largely recovered from the disruption of the past 2-3 years.

I ...

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Race Equality Charter for schools

The Race Equality Charter for schools Charter is all live now on the B&NES website on the schools page and schools can to sign up.

https://beta.bathnes.gov.uk/race-equality-charter-schools

 

 

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Writhlington School Go Green

Writhlington School have taken steps to reduce their carbon footprint by a massive forty tons of CO2 per year through the introduction of a large-scale solar energy system.

The 450 panel system produces enough solar generated electricity to power over 40 domestic households. Furthermore, the cell panels have been specifically selected ...

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Acceptance is key at Trinity Church School

Children, staff and members of the wider community were excited to welcome Simon Probyn, sculptor, and Dawn Reader, painter, to Trinity Church School for the official opening of their new sculpture.

The sculpture entitled ‘Acceptance’, was created by Simon Probyn, a sculptor from Herefordshire. It was created to represent Trinity, it’s ...

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What OFSTED says about MNSP

 

‘In English, trust leaders have built a high-quality programme’ - Writhlington 2021

 

‘The CEO of the multi-academy trust provides considerable support to the school. This has led to improving standards and has been influential in developing leaders’ thinking about the curriculum. The school has adopted a high-quality mathematics programme developed by ...

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