Vision & Values
Our MAT Vision:
Our vision is to provide an outstanding learning environment which challenges all of us to achieve our full potential and to continually share our knowledge and skills with the local and global community.
Our School Values:
The values of Nanaksar Multi Academy Trust are encapsulated by the S.H.A.R.E acronym. These values are at the heart of everything we do as a school and they describe the qualities our students and staff value most- Service to others, Humility, Achievement, Respect and Equality.
- To build a strong community based on the Sikh religion.
- Encourage pupils of other faiths to remember God in their faith.
- To provide quality education that is broad, balanced and relevant to the needs of pupils within a modern society.
- To enable all pupils to achieve their potential through the highest standards of teaching and learning.
- To develop each pupil’s self-esteem, confidence and independence with consideration for others and the concept of Sewa.
- To strengthen bonds between home, community and school, providing a preparation for each pupil’s entry into the wider community.
- To be committed to encouraging every member of our community to invest in life-long learning and personal development.
The values of Nanaksar Multi Academies Trust are encapsulated by the S.H.A.R.E acronym. These values are at the heart of everything we do as a school and they describe the qualities our students and staff value most- Service to others, Humility, Achievement, Respect and Equality.
A particular characteristic of our existing schools is the ethos of hard work and a relentless focus on standards that is perpetuated by all staff and pupils. Pupils respect how hard the staff work to make their learning interesting, creative and engaging and they in turn respond positively. Consequently, standards and achievement, teaching and learning, behaviour management and attendance are excellent. We replicate the excellent practice of Guru Nanak Sikh Academy at Nanaksar Primary School.
The majority of our pupils have English as an Additional Language (EAL).
Since opening in Septemer 2013 with over half of the pupils entering with little or no English, they are achieving above local and national average in reading, writing and mathematics by the end of Key Stage 1.