Three Peaks Primary Academy is a member of the Creative Education Trust group of schools. Creative Education Trust is an education charity and multi-academy trust that exists to empower young people with the skills, knowledge and creativity they need to be successful in school and in life.
Three Peaks Primary School became Three Peaks Primary Academy on 1st December 2014. So what does this mean?
The information below is a summary taken from the Department for Education website. The full address of the website can be found at the end of this page under Sources.
What is an Academy?
Academies are publicly-funded independent schools that provide a first-class education.
What’s different about academies?
Academies benefit from greater freedoms to innovate and raise standards. These include:
Some academies, generally those set up to replace underperforming schools, will have a sponsor. Sponsors come from a wide range of backgrounds including successful schools, businesses, universities, charities and faith bodies. Sponsors are held accountable for the improving the performance of their schools. They do this by challenging traditional thinking on how schools are run and what they should be like for students. They seek to make a complete break with cultures of low aspiration and achievement. The sponsor’s vision and leadership are vital to each project.
Three Peaks Primary Academy is a sponsored academy. Three Peaks is sponsored by the Creative Education Trust (“CET”).
Creative Education Trust
67-68 Long Acre
Telephone 020 3910 9200.
For the following statutory information, please click on the red button below to view on the Creative Education Trust website: