Loxford Trust Schools are celebrating a year of fantastic GCSE results.

With 894 Year 11 students receiving results across 6 Trust Schools, our estimated average Progress 8 is around +0.17.

Between them, our Year 11 students achieved 301 of the new ‘super’ Grade 9s – equivalent to an A**.

Whereas national statistics show that students from disadvantaged backgrounds make negative progress on average at school, at Loxford School Trust they consistently achieve highly with their Progress 8 estimated at 0.01 this year.

45.61% of Year 11 students achieved the Ebacc. We are still waiting to find out what the national average was in 2019, but last year it was 24%. So, despite many of our academies being located in the most disadvantaged areas, our students are comfortably outperforming national averages.

Congratulations to every student – we are all thoroughly looking forward to seeing what you go on to achieve in your sixth form education and beyond.

At the Loxford School Trust, our students experience rich and varied lessons supported by the latest teaching techniques and equipment.

Each subject has a highly qualified specialist team of teachers, teaching in rooms which have been equipped for their subject.

For students aged 11 – 13, the School offers the National Curriculum including:

 

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • History
  • Geography
  • Music
  • Drama
  • Physical Education
  • Art
  • Business Studies
  • Computing
  • Design Technology
  • Modern Foreign Languages
    Religious Education

 

For students aged 13 – 16 the Trust offers a full range of GCSE courses, as well as BTEC courses to suit every taste and aptitude.

Students can take their exams when they are considered to be ready and able to.

In the Sixth Form, students can progress on to take a wide range of ‘A’ Level and Vocational ‘A’ Level courses.

 At ‘A’ Level 252 students took ‘A’ Level this year at The Loxford School Trust.

Many students have been placed at top Universities including Oxford, Cambridge, UCL, Imperial and Warwick.

Students have also won places at Russell Group Universities

Students are also going to student Medicine. Many of these are the first generation in their families to attend University.

NEW TECHNOLOGIES

The Trust is richly equipped with the latest ICT facilities, including high speed internet-linked computers, interactive whiteboards, a wireless network of laptop computers, iMac Suites and many other facilities to support independent and personalised learning.

ICT and digital technologies are used in every subject and a variety of examination courses are available in IT.

The Trust places the highest priority on using new technologies for learning.

Students also have access to Google classroom, which enables home access to learning materials for students and parents.

DEVELOPING A NEW GENERATION OF TEACHERS AND LEADERS

The Loxford School Trust opened in 2013.

It works with Primary and Secondary schools around London and Essex to deliver training and development for their teachers and leaders.

Already we have trained leaders, with consistently outstanding evaluations by participants.

As well as offering training for senior and middle leaders, we offer training for teachers looking to get from ‘Requiring Improvement’ to ‘Good’ or ‘Good’ to ‘Outstanding’ and Initial Teacher Training for those entering the profession.

In developing these programmes, we set the bar high to ensure they are highly regarded by ambitious schools, teachers and leaders.  The training is highly practical and always led by experienced staff, all of whom have the credibility of having brought about rapid educational transformation in their schools.