Trust Schools

Please find below a brief introduction to the schools that form the Bath and Mendip Partnership Trust

On each school’s website you will be able to find out more about the school, their vision and values, their performance, local governance and other statutory information.

Abbot Alphege Academy

Overview

Opened in September 2017, a one form entry Church of England primary school based in the city of Bath. Central to the school’s ethos is a belief that every child is creative in one way or another and that, as a primary school, they have a unique role in nurturing that creativity by offering as many opportunities as possible for children to explore through a wide ranging topic based curriculum.

Cameley C of E Primary School

Overview

A welcoming, inclusive family school which includes a preschool.  The school holds a strong Christian ethos, has a real sense of community and a commitment to achieving the very best for each and every child.

Castle Primary School

Overview

Based in Keynesham and with a motto of ‘Thrive and Learn’, the school prides itself on providing an inclusive education.  Having undergone expansion and refurbishment in recent years, the school provides a rich and stimulating learning environment.

Chew Magna Primary School

Overview

An outward looking village primary school delivering a modern and forward looking curriculum in pleasant surroundings with an aim for children to thrive academically by being confident, motivated, personable and successful.

Farmborough Church Primary School

Overview

A school set in the heart of the village and catering for children from within the village and surrounding area, Farmborough Church School has a strong Christian ethos of caring and acceptance, recognising and celebrating each child as unique and special and offering them the opportunity to take part and succeed in a wide range of activities.

Fosse Way School

Overview

An outstanding school catering for close to 200 children from 3-19 years who, for a variety of reasons, find it difficult to be successful in mainstream school as full time pupils. The school also manages a satellite resources for students with Asperger Syndrome at nearby Norton Hill School as well as provision at the Royal United Hospital in Bath offering transition into work for final year students. In addition, the school has a residential area that caters for a number of secondary age young people.

Hayesdown First School

Overview

A first school in Frome catering for approximately 200 children aged from 4-9 years.  The school offers a curriculum that combines the best new practices with the best traditional ones, providing children with flexible skills through a project based approach to learning and cross curricular projects.

Marksbury C of E Primary School

Overview

A small rural school that has strong links with the Church and surrouding village communities which it services. The school prides itself on getting to know children and their families well and providing an education which develops the child as a whole and one which they will remember.

Moorlands Schools Federation

Overview

Occupying a large, green and leafy learning campus in the city of Bath and offering children a vibrant, friendly, fun and purposeful learning community, the federation comprises of Moorlands Infant School and Moorlands Junior School.

Nunney First School

Overview

Nunney First School is a village school at the heart of its community catering for children aged 4-9 years. Throughout its history of more than 120 years, the aims of the school have been to encourage pupils and staff to work to the highest possible standards, to inspire each other, to fulfil their potential and to nurture aspirations.

Pensford Primary School

Overview

A small and vibrant primary school with children’s happiness and well-being at the forefront and a dedicated team supporting children to achieve their very best.

Roundhill Primary School

Overview

A primary school with nursery setting set in south Bath, the school prides itself on understanding the importance of ensuring that children feel valued and happy and has a strong and well developed approach to supporting emotional development and well-being and working in partnership with families.

The Mendip School

Overview

Set near Shepton Mallet, a high quality alternative to mainstream provision for children aged 4-19 with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder or Speech, Language and Communication Needs. The school is committed to developing the academic and life skills of all of its pupils enabling them to lead safe, happy and purposeful lives, contributing economically and socially to society.

Weston All Saints Primary School

Overview

A large primary school in central Bath with a Christian foundation, offering outstanding academic and creative opportunities in a warm and caring environment.