Aquinas Trust            
  • “Aquinas offers a clear and compelling vision for the future by growing the family of academies that share core values, principles and ethos.”
  • “Every learner is an individual. By embracing individuality, challenging our learners and striving for excellence, we offer a child-centred vision of faith education.”
  • We aim to raise standards for all learners by sustaining and enhancing the performance of all learners in the Aquinas family of schools

Welcome to the Aquinas Trust

Kathy Griffiths CEO“Aquinas offers a clear and compelling vision for the future by growing the family of academies that share core values, principles and ethos.”

Formed in 2013, the Aquinas Trust aims to offer its learners an education where individuality is celebrated, talents are nurtured and progress is sustained from early years to A levels. With expertise shared across phases and every academy placing Christian values, scholarship and excellence at its heart, our academies strive to ensure every learner succeeds and fulfils their god-given potential.

By sharing professional expertise, learning from each other, the Trust offers its learners an education without glass ceilings.

Bishop Justus 45Bishop Justus Latest News
19th August - 'Bishop Justus Celebrates!' - Bishop Justus celebrates another fantastic set of A Level results, with students making outstanding progress and achieving some of the very best outcomes in the school's history. Read more...

Trinity 45Trinity Latest News
24th June - Trinity increases its nursery places. Read more...

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22nd June - AQUINAS BIG DEBATE -
The first Aquinas Debating Competition for our primary schools proved a wonderful success. Read more...

St John'sSt John's Latest News
4th May - 'SIAMS Report Rates St. John's GOOD!' We have received the report from our recent SIAMS inspection (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) and are proud and pleased to say that the school has been judged to be ‘Good’ in all categories. Read more...