Having successfully worked together for a number of years within the Stanley cluster our formal partnership will develop and enhance the good work that already exists within schools without compromising our own identities and ethos.
SLP believes that every child can achieve. We strive to provide learning environments that allow children to develop their talents, both as individuals and a collective, empowering them to succeed. All schools within SLP share the desire to provide education excellence where children excel and aspire without limit.
Whenever possible, we encourage our children to contribute to the life and work of school, giving them a greater sense of belonging so they share, respect and trust in the start in life we offer them.
Our committed staff work together collaboratively across both schools, valuing and supporting each other’s skills, knowledge and expertise to provide the highest quality of teaching. Synergy and teamwork ensures we share best practice enabling us to develop professional relations built on loyalty, integrity and respect, qualities that are then filtered into the classroom.
Irrespective of our children’s ability or background, our rich and engaging curriculum meets their individual needs, ensuring they all reach their full potential every day.
- Mrs Rose Bainbridge
- Mr Stephen Gibson (Chair)
- Mr Peter Tallentire
- Mr Tom Harpe (Chair)
- Mr Stephen Down
- Mrs Heather Kemp
- Mr Mark Stewart
- Mr Henry (Harry) Broom
- Mr Eric Dodd
- Prof David Wooff
- Mr Malcom Webb
- Mrs Tracy Davinson
For more information regarding our Members and Trustees, their relevant business and pecuniary interests and record of meetings, please click here: SLP Members & Trustee information
For more information regarding SLP please contact our registered office on 01207 266700.
Tanfield Lea Business Centre
Tanfield Lea Industrial Estate North,Stanley
Company number: 10380011 (Registered England & Wales)
To visit the SLP website click here: Stanley Learning Partnership
As a Multi-Academy Trust we are duty bound to present our Statutory Guidance documentation which enable us to operate. These documents are accessible below.
As a Multi-Academy Trust Stanley Learning Partnership are required to produce Annual Accounts. Accounts for the following years can be accessed via the link below which will take you to the Important Documents section of the website:
As at 31st August 2017
As at 31st August 2018
As at 31st August 2019
As at 31st August 2020
As at 31st August 2021
The 2022 Audited Accounts will be available to view as of January 2023.
(as provided by Chartered Accountants, Clive Owen).
The Academies Financial Handbook 2020 requires that the Trust publish on its website, in a separate readily accessible form, the number of employees whose pay benefits exceed £100,000 in £10,000 bandings, as an extract from the disclosure contained in its financial statements and including a prior year comparative figures.
Pay benefits for this purpose include salary, other taxable benefits, and the Trust’s own pension contributions.
To view this information in relation to SLP click here.