St Peter’s Academy

St Peter’s Bratton, Church of England Academy

Squirrel Meadow, Bratton,

Telford, Shropshire,


Stoke Minster Church of England Primary Academy

Welcome from Lyn Willis – Principal at Stoke Minster C of E Primary Academy.

In March 2018 we became a member of St. Chad’s Multi Academy Trust and as a result became Stoke Minster CE Primary Academy. With thirty-two different languages spoken, we are a truly diverse community and very proud of the rich, cultural variety which characterises our school community.

We are one of two schools serving the town of Stoke in Stoke-on-Trent, with most of our pupils living in and around this urban setting. In keeping with our Church of England foundation we offer education to all children in the local area including those of other faiths. We have strong links with Stoke Minster Church and our children worship and study there throughout the year. We are deeply committed to our Christian foundations and proud to be judged as Outstanding in our most recent Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools.

At our academy, in addition to our core statutory offer, we have created a bespoke school curriculum which endeavors to nurture and develop all the characteristics crucial for children and young people to thrive in a future, as yet, unknown. Our SPARKLE curriculum focuses on developing self-belief, perseverance, aspiration, resilience and risk taking; using their knowledge, learning to communicate and empathize with others. We are excited to be working so closely with other settings and professionals within the trust and look forward to learning and growing together.

Dawley CE Primary Academy

Welcome from Nick Andrews – Principal at Dawley C of E Primary Academy.

Dawley C of E Primary Academy is steeped in history. It was originally built as a National School in 1841 and has been continued to be extended over the years and retained its original character.

On 1st May 2016 Dawley C of E Primary School converted to an Academy as part of the St Chad’s Academies Trust and the Church of England Central Education Trust (CECET).

We strive towards the same goal, seeking to meet the needs and best interests of the individual children in our care. We aim to create a happy, secure environment, where children can learn with enjoyment.  We hope that by good example, they will grow up to be respectful, courteous and caring individuals.

We believe that providing an enriching and experiential based curriculum will mean that children are able to develop individually and equip them with the skills they need later in life.