The Fallibroome Trust
The Fallibroome Trust is a special place. We are in the privileged position of helping our young people achieve their potential and become active citizens and future leaders.
Our success is based on a commitment to personal growth and a desire to meet the needs of individual students. It is built on core values of trust, respect and optimism as well as a clear understanding of the conditions required for effective learning.
We sustain our success because the following foundations are in place:
- shared values
- highly effective pastoral systems that build the good relationships necessary for achievement
- high expectations of academic progress
- effective opportunities for the student voice to be heard and student leadership to be developed
- effective partnerships with parents and local, national and international communities
- high quality teaching and support by a dedicated and well-informed staff
- modern, well maintained buildings and resources that enhance learning
- a flexible curriculum that meets the needs of all students and a commitment to innovation
Our commitment to ‘System Leadership’ has enabled us to create and grow our Multi-Academy Trust, this alongside a focus on continuous improvement means we are never satisfied and a systematic approach to development and research means we can attract the best teachers and support staff who want to create the exciting opportunities for students to succeed. Our drive for excellence will ensure that Fallibroome Trust students have the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to succeed in the 21st Century.
My role as Executive Principal and National Leader of Education includes a commitment to supporting all Trust schools.
May I extend a warm invitation for you to visit all of the Trust schools and experience the ‘buzz’ of learning in this vibrant community. We are pleased that you decided to join us and we look forward to working with you.
P W Rubery (Executive Principal, CEO)
Proud to be part of The Fallibroome Trust
The Trust evolved from the success of the Fallibroome Academy, an outstanding single Academy Trust with a national reputation for excellence. The Trust’s aims are simple, to create the conditions for: All students to leave school with the combination of … Continued
Working for The Fallibroome Trust
Find out about working for The Fallibroome Trust and the exciting opportunities that we offer.
The Fallibroome Trust
CEO’s Letter to Parents, Guardians and Students (July 17th 2020)
Fallibroome Trust Schools’ Position Statement
Schools Extended Opening
Frequently Asked Questions
Parents Community Survey Consultation Results
Leadership in Times of Crisis: A Comparative Study
As we try to find a way through this national crisis it is probably worth reflecting on the apposite advice of Charles R Swindoll:
‘Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it’.
One Week into Lockdown…
One week onto lockdown and we’re all finding ways to manage the challenges of home working, home schooling and caring – or for some all three. The wonders of whatsapp bring an accessible source of advice, and distraction, with Cheshire East Headteachers displaying an otherwise unknown collective sense of humour! Belated guidance is coming out of the DfE, particularly welcome in respect of proposals for awarding GCSE and A Level grades and we’re starting to think about virtual Governor and Trustee meetings that will enable us to meet some of the usual monitoring and budget setting tasks for this time of year.
A Remarkable Week
What a remarkable week and what strange circumstances we find ourselves in. Our Headteachers, staff and pupils have responded magnificently to the challenges posed by the necessary decision to close schools and go into lockdown. This included rapidly organized leavers assemblies on Friday (which seems an age a go..) and the organization of a team of volunteers to deliver the emergency provision for vulnerable children and the children of key workers. That said we are all, especially our children, a little bewildered by the course of events and not yet through the first week of what is likely to be a long haul. Thank goodness the sun is shining at least.
Reflections from the 2020 Whole Education conference
‘Live to 100: work till 75’
This was the prediction of Professor Lynda Gratton at the recent ‘Whole Education’ National conference. Her argument highlighted the growing influence of Artificial Intelligence on the workplace – taking over routine tasks and causing a migration to higher level functions of integration and relationships for humans.