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Join Equals Trust

Equals Trust is a Trust that is growing. If you would like to join our Trust as a member of staff or as a school we would like to hear from you. Contact details are on our ‘contact us’ page.

Who are Equals Trust?

Equals Trust is a multi-academy trust which is comprised of nine primary schools. The Trust was founded in September 2016 with the aim of allowing member schools to maintain their ethos and unique identities within a tight local network, with strong mutual accountability, shared support services and a strong collaborative approach to staff development and school improvement.

Equals Trust passionately believes that partnership working raises educational standards and improves life chances for students within the partnership. The eight schools:

  • Burton Joyce Primary School
  • Cropwell Bishop Primary School
  • Crossdale Primary School
  • Heymann Primary & Nursery School
  • Keyworth Primary & Nursery School
  • Robert Miles Junior School
  • Tollerton Primary School
  • Willow Farm Primary School
  • Flintham Primary School

What is Equals Trust?

A primary multi-academy trust based on the principal of equality.

We work collaboratively together with a clear purpose and direction, where:

  • teaching and learning is at the centre of all we do;
  • children enjoy, and are engaged in, a curriculum that challenges and excites them;
  • we develop responsible citizens who value diversity;
  • we ensure a culture of high expectations amongst all our children;
  • children value themselves and each other, developing the self confidence and resilience to face future challenges;
  • the contributions made by all stakeholders are valued.

We work effectively in school partnerships to enhance our provision by:

  • Extending the learning opportunities and activities for pupils;
  • Enriching the curriculum through partnership working and shared resources;
  • Enabling the greater sharing of excellent teaching and learning;
  • Enhancing the professional development of teaching and support staff;
  • Building mutual support and accountability for Head Teachers and Governors;
  • Securing cost and resource efficiencies through joint commissioning.