On 1st March 2016 The Roseland Academy, Tregony Primary School and Gerrans Primary School formed The Roseland Multi Academy Trust.
Due to the unique geographical area of the Roseland peninsula close links have been formed over many years between the primary schools and the secondary school. The formation of TRMAT will enable these close working partnerships to continue and strengthen. Students progressing through from the primary schools to the secondary will experience a seamless transition, through familiarity of staff and premises and, it is hoped over time, through a more integrated curriculum.
There are many benefits from forming The Trust. Best practice and expertise in specialist areas will be shared between schools, leading to greater standards of education for students. Centralised services will be provided and staffing resources shared, each contributing to more efficient use of funding. As a MAT funding is received directly from central government which allows finances to be focused where it is needed for each individual school.
To put it simply, imagine being provided with a blank canvas to design the best possible educational experience for children on the Roseland Peninsula. It would have to involve as close a partnership between the schools that provide primary and secondary education as possible. Our defining principle is to improve the outcomes of all the children in our care. This is the vision of The Trust – this is a shared and exciting journey and we are already delivering!
The Trust is committed to providing the best possible opportunities for the students and families in our schools and strives to deliver outstanding education from pre-school right up to age 18. Our Trust schools work in close partnership to develop and strengthen our expertise, to the benefit of everyone in our community.
Following its creation in 2016, the Trust has expanded and now incorporates two primary and three secondary schools across mid Cornwall.
Students across the Trust benefit from the collaboration and sharing of knowledge and good practice. Progress through from the primary to secondary is enhanced through familiarity with staff and premises and from a more integrated curriculum.
To put it simply, imagine being provided with a blank canvas to design the best possible educational experience for children across mid Cornwall. It would have to involve as close a partnership between the schools that provide primary and secondary education as possible. Our defining principle is to improve the outcomes of all the children in our care.