Our school family
Our school family
Archbishop Sentamu Academy
Aspire Academy
Barlby High School
Burton Green Primary School
Compass Academy
Forest of Galtres Primary School
George Pindar School
Graham School
Manor CE Academy
Newland St John’s CE Academy
Poppleton Ousebank Primary School
Skelton Primary School
St James’ CE Academy
Vale of York Academy

Our Partners

Our Partners

Diocese of York Educational Trust

The Church of England has been involved closely in education for centuries. In every age, the church has looked for educational opportunities, and has taken the lead in exploring new possibilities.

Academies are now very much a part of the national pattern of school-age education. A growing number of young people are learning within the context of academies, and it’s only right that there is a Church of England presence within the range of academies nationally.

The Diocese of York stretches from the Humber to the Tees. In this area there are over 120 Church of England educational institutions. All four of our secondary schools, as well as a number of primaries, are academies and The Diocese of York Educational Trust was founded in order to represent the Diocese as the corporate member in Multi-Academy Trusts which include Church of England academies.

Together with the Diocesan Board of Education, the Trust is committed to working so that our young people can have the best possible educational experience, develop their gifts, grow and mature in a safe environment, understand the significance of faith, and prepare for life in modern Britain.

Visit the Diocese of York Educational Trust website

York St John University

York St John University has been involved in teacher training and education since 1841 when York St John was established as a teacher training college, later becoming a university. It has a successful history of educating and training outstanding student teachers and a strong record of contributing to the local and national teaching community. Hope Sentamu Learning Trust has been working with York St John University to deliver initial teacher training since 2013. Over the past decade, together we have trained over 165 teachers and, more recently, this partnership has been extended to include activities, visits and projects for schools to support and inspire students with information about higher education. This combination of experienced university, school-based and other external colleagues working in partnership, makes a powerful and inspiring teaching team across a range of learning settings, providing quality experiences for the students we serve.

Visit York St John University’s website

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