The Education Alliance

 

The Education Alliance

The Education Alliance is an established Multi Academy Trust, that is developing collaborative partnerships with academies across the Humber region.

The relationships between the academies in the Trust is one of equal partners with a common goal, working under guiding principles, drawing on each other’s strengths in order to overcome any weakness and respond robustly to any challenges.

Seeking excellence through inspirational leadership, collaboration, teamwork, innovation and challenge we work to ensure that all of us achieve our very best.  The partnership between the Five current academies; Hunsley Primary, South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College, Malet Lambert, Driffield School and The Snaith School, has been very positive and has allowed each school to retain their own separate identities, whilst sharing the Trust’s strong vision and values.

The Trust aims to create a family of academies in the Humber region, enabling and increasing number of children and young people to fulfill their potential and providing them with greater access to a diverse range of opportunities when they leave school.

For more information, please visit The Education Alliance Website or click here to view The Education Alliance video. 

 

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