Working Together As A Cluster of Schools
Our cluster is a ‘Partnership of Schools’ who are genuinely committed to collaborative working, whilst retaining their individual ethos. By working together we strive to create a genuine partnership of that pupils, parents, staff, governors and the local community are proud to be a part of.
In addition to the school improvement programme, all schools within the cluster are encouraged to contribute to one or more of the following:
This reinforces the principle of working together to deliver first-class education.
Benefits of being a member of Schools Working and Achieving Together are:
- Improved Pupil Outcomes
- Enriched Opportunities
- Mentoring and Coaching Staff
- Access for all to a Professional Development Network
- Greater Community Involvement
- Support for Core Services
- Peer Review
- Sharing Best Practice
The SWAT cluster is a diverse group of schools from across East Lancashire. The Ambassadors represent the school at events each term. They also host children visiting from other schools.
Year 3 – Kenzie Davies, Lilly Anderson and Mckenzie Greaves
Year 4 – Alfie Needham, Jack Gorton and Tilly Cooke
Year 5 – Luke Tyldsley, Millie Cawse and Dominic Harper
Year 6 – Holly Archer, Dakota Taylor and Aaron Slade