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  • About us

    The Active Learning Trust brings together experienced and successful practitioners who share a collective belief in the effectiveness of school improvement, the primacy of performance management and the potential of new technology to enhance learning.

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  • Our aims

    Our vision is to maximise our impact at school level, both with schools in need of significant improvement and with those that are already outstanding (especially with outstanding leadership and/or attainment) and that have a desire to develop and use their expertise.

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  • People

    Through our broad network of successful and experienced school improvement professionals across all age ranges, we believe we have exceptional capacity to deliver a high quality offer to schools.

  • Partners

    In addition to the considerable skills and expertise available within the Trust, we have a number of partners who have a considerable wealth of experience from other colleagues who support our vision and aims. As we move forward we intend to build strategic partnerships with.


Kingsfield : Modern British Culture

The children at Kingfield Primary School in Chatteris have been celebrating Modern British culture this week with a range of activities.  Attending school dressed in Red, White and Blue, the children took part in Traditional Maypole Dancing, made Union Jack Flags, learned about British traditions, researched the Royal Family as well as studying the work of the British Government and the structure of Parliament.  At lunchtime the children enjoyed traditional ‘Pie and Mash’ and ‘Jelly with Ice-Cream’ for pudding! Click title for more.

Red Oak and Westwood Primary Schools Raise Aspirations.

Red Oak Primary School in Lowestoft hosted a careers morning for Year 5 and 6 pupils. Westwood Primary School were invited to join with this amazing opportunity. Pupils had the opportunity to ask questions they had prepared about hours, pay, uniform, standards, qualifications, enjoyment and career development. Together with the 'Lowestoft Rising' initiative, pupils found out about The Excelsior Trust, The Fire Service, East Coast Health Services, Lovewell Blake Chartered Accountants, Fosters Solicitors, Halifax Mortgage Service, School Nursing and many many more possible careers!

Kingsfield : 'Don't Stop the Music'

The children at Kingsfield Primary School in Chatteris were excited today to be told they had received some new instruments courtesy of the Channel 4 television programme ‘Don’t Stop the Music’– headed by classical pianist James Rhodes.

Kingsdfield : Win 'Tag Rugby'

Many congratulations to Kingsfield on winning your respective tag rugby competitions on Friday 21st Novemeber. The standard of rugby was excellent.They now go on to represent the Witchford Partnership at the Level 3 School Games county finals on 19th March 2015 at St. Ives. Well done to everybody and for the continued support from staff and parents.