Windmill Cluster of Schools
The Windmill Cluster of Schools has a total of 10 schools working together.
Christ Church C E Primary School
City Heights E-Academy
Jubilee Primary School
Holmewood Nursery School
Holy Trinity C E Primary School
Orchard Primary School
Richard Atkins Primary School
St Jude's C E Primary School
St Luke's C E Primary School
Sudbourne Primary School
The Windmill Cluster of Schools Aims and Objectives
To work together, both within schools and with our partner organisations, to share ideas, resources and expertise across the settings to support and facilitate the highest outcomes in attainment and aspirations for our pupils, parents, families, staff and wider communities.
To work together with trust and respect to raise standards and improve teaching & learning across the cluster schools' community.
To generate opportunities for improved outcomes across the cluster schools' community.
To share and pool resources to increase efficiency and effectiveness of the cluster schools community.
To provide community support and development for all stakeholders within the cluster schools' community to feel that they belong to a community of schools, which they can easily approach for support and information without any barriers.
To build relationships across the cluster leadership, provide support to individual Heads and sustain leadership across the cluster schools' community.
We have worked together to formulate a Mission Statement that reflects the aspirations of our individual settings working within the wider context of the cluster community:
Windmill Cluster of Schools Mission Statement
Working in a network to secure outstanding educational achievement in order to enhance the life chances of our pupils.
The Windmill Cluster Community Partnership Manager is Rachel Thomas, and her role is to develop collaborative arrangements between schools and partner organisations to support the aims and vision of the Windmill School Cluster.