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Bluecoat Wollaton Academy
Sutton Passeys Crescent , Wollaton, Nottingham, NG8 1EA
0115 900 7210
Enquiries contact name
Jane Bland (Office Manager)
Name of Principal
Mr S Anderson
Name of Vice Principal
Mr R Peel
Name of the Chair of the Local Governing Body
Mr M Goodwill-Hodgson
Name of SENCO
Mrs L Cassady
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages and publishing those outcomes online.
We are therefore subject to inspection by Ofsted.
To access our latest Ofsted report from May 2018 please click HERE
We are a Church of England Academy and our mission is to create a distinctive educational community for all based upon Christian faith and values. Our ethos is based on our mission statement ‘believe; in yourself, in others, in God.’ This is grounded in the principle from the Bible to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind and love your neighbour as yourself” (Luke 10:27).
Our belief is that every student is unique and valued by God. This is critical to the relationships and personal approach to the curriculum that we take with every young person. We aim to develop confident students that have a strong sense of justice and doing what is right. We encourage students to develop belief in themselves in order to be the best they can be. Our students are taught to be resilient, they can work independently and have a good understanding of where they have come from and who they are.
Our belief is that we should value and care for each other. This is reflected in the ‘harmonious community’ that makes up Bluecoat, ‘where all are respected for who they are.’ (SIAMS Inspection Report, May 2016) Students feel part of a local, national and global community, believing in others and working together towards a common purpose. Students develop into respectful, supportive and considerate members of the community who are passionate about making a difference in a context where faith is nurtured and valued.
Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-up
Please see our Pupil Premium Strategy page for information relating to our Year 7 Literacy & Numeracy Catch-up.
Details for the Governance of Archway Learning Trust can be accessed by clicking the link here. This will detail things like our: annual accounts; business and pecuniary interests; governance arrangements; Trust annual report; memorandum and articles of association; membership; and funding agreement.
For the statutory information on our academy’s local governors, click here to go to the main governance page.
You can contact the Academy Advisory Board through the Clerk:
Clerk to the Bluecoat Wollaton AAB
Archway Learning Trust
Tel: 0115 929 7445
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