The NPQH and Additional Support Offer provides targeted support for new headteachers. Learn about these fully funded programmes and how they help new headteachers succeed.
The new Rivers Primary Academy building was officially opened during a special unveiling ceremony with Eddie Hughes, MP for Walsall North.
Our commitment to creating a more sustainable future has been recognised in the government's Net Zero Strategy.
We have a strong tradition of evidence-informed practice (EIP) and developing our teachers through our Pedagogy Champion Practitioner Research programme. Read our article to discover the key considerations for developing a culture of EIP and how we have implemented our Practioner Research programme.
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding individual as our Director of Secondary Education.
Read a letter to parents and carers from the Chair of the Board of Trustees.
From September 2021 all early career teachers in a state funded school in England must complete a two-year induction based on the Early Career Framework. Get the key facts as a school governor on how your school can support early career teachers.
The importance of performance and the arts was celebrated as part of the Windsor Academy Trust Virtual Summer Dance Showcase filmed at Wolverhampton Arena Theatre.
Read a letter to parents and carers regarding iPads for Learning from Keith Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer at Windsor Academy Trust.
Major improvements have taken place across our family of schools in an ongoing commitment to reducing environmental impact and creating a more sustainable future.
It is exciting times to start a career in teaching! The Early Career Framework is a new package of extensive support which launches in September 2021 and will support all new teachers during their first two years. Find out more about the programme here.
The diversity and responsibility of middle leaders roles in schools have broadened. Discover how the new specialist NPQs give focused development opportunities more appropriate to middle leader roles.
Students across the WAT family celebrated success following a series of outstanding performances in the Active Black Country School Games Virtual Dance Competition.
Our ASPIRE framework helps students self-regulate, thrive and be equipped to bounce back from failure. Discover how we weave ASPIRE into our teaching and learning.
Read our literature review to discover how digital technology can be successfully implemented to enhance teaching and learning.
Three exciting new NPQs have been created marking the next phase of leadership development for teachers. Find out more about these programmes, why they are a welcome addition and who they will support, and register your interest for further details.
Windsor Academy Trust’s vision and approach to emerging stronger from the pandemic will be shared on the world stage at the World Education Summit in March.
Schools and children thrive best when communities do. Discover why civic engagement is part of our culture and the importance of school trusts in creating social value and civic impact.
Students and staff across the Windsor Academy Trust family came together to celebrate their love of books on World Book Day.
Children across our five primary schools shared their love of reading during a week of fun-filled activities as part of National Storytelling Week. View the highlights here.