Mission Statement: Living and Learning Together
Waycroft Multi Academy Trust
Waycroft Academy is an approved Academy Sponsor. As such it can sponsor other schools to become part of its Multi Academy Trust. This is a formal arrangement which allows Waycroft to appoint the Directors who run all the schools in the trust. Waycroft chose to do this to enable its excellent education and curriculum to be shared with other schools to improve provision and raise standards in all the Waycroft Multi Academy Trust schools. The three schools currently in the Trust are Waycroft Academy, Wicklea Academy and Woodlands Academy. These are all South Bristol Schools which are in close proximity to one another which enables staff and pupils to share opportunities routinely.
Values and Vision of the MAT: The Olympic movement has promoted a philosophy of life based on the qualities of the body, will and mind. This philosophy is expressed through actions which link sport to culture and education. The pursuit of this ideal gives rise to a three values, which are applicable to the classroom, the field of play and everyday life. Waycroft MAT has adopted the three Olympic values of Excellence, Friendship and Respect. These values should be evident in every lesson, corridor and playground every day and be displayed by adults and pupils alike.
The Aims of Waycroft, Wicklea and Woodlands Academies
It is the aim to:
Waycroft Multi Academy Trust School Prayer
This is our school,
Let peace dwell here,
Let every room be full of contentment.
Let love abide here,
Love of one another
Love of life itself and
Love of God.
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