Our goal is to constantly strive for improvement to ensure that the children in our care get an engaging and innovative educational experience. As a Multi Academy Trust, we have a strong vision for education but we fully acknowledge that we are far from perfect. We have strengths and development points like any organisation. It is because of this that we place an emphasis on collaborating with other educational establishments and thinkers. Looking exclusively within our MAT is not conducive to thinking outside of the box and so whether it is at an international, national, regional or local level we constantly seek to forge partnerships with others. There are many ways that you can seek to work with us, from joining the MAT to creating an informal partnership. How we link together is secondary to the fact that we link with other creative thinkers so, if you are interested in collaborating, please have a look at the options below and get in touch.
Robin Hood Multi Academy Trust works with a wide range of partners to further develop educational practice including:
Robin Hood Academy
Robin Hood is the founding school of the Multi Academy Trust and brings real strength in the forms of: Mandarin (taught from Nursery to Y6), Independence Time and ICT provision.
Cedars joined Robin Hood MAT in September 2016 and is working well within the trust. There is some excellent work being done throughout the school with a specialism being developed in PE/lunchtime provision as an aid for supporting learning.
Beijing No.2 Experimental
Robin Hood Academy has Confucius classroom status and through this we have built strong relationships with one of the best primary schools in China over the past four years. The partnership has enabled us to compare educational systems and share effective pedagogy.
We believe in the strength of working across educational borders and as a consequence we are part of the Kaizen Network based in Blackpool. The emphasis within this team of schools is exclusively teaching and learning through the sharing of best practice.
Birmingham Education Partnership
As a proud group of schools within Birmingham, we work closely with BEP to improve educational outcomes – this is in the form of us offering support and also receiving it.