Home Page

Ashley Hill Multi Academy Trust

About the Academy

Vision Statement


Ashley Hill Multi Academy Trust is committed to securing the best outcome for every child in its schools within a learning environment characterised by a distinctive Christian ethos.

We value the uniqueness and individuality of every school in the Trust, encouraging each to develop to meet the particular needs of all its pupils and the community it serves, underpinned by a common commitment to work together, making full use of all the Trust's resources, to enhance the experience and opportunities of all.

In line with our core Christian beliefs and principles, we want each school to be an educational community where

•    all are welcome, whatever their cultural, ethnic or religious background;

•    all will flourish, with a particular focus on supporting any who are disadvantaged culturally, socially, economically, physically, or in         any other way;

•    all will have a life-enhancing encounter with the Christian faith;

•    each individual is encouraged and helped to discover and develop their God-given gifts and talents to the fullest extent;

•    all will fulfill their potential in a way appropriate for their age, both academically and as well-rounded, independent, emotionally           mature individuals.


Clive Haines

Isabel Cooke

Rev. David Andrew

Cynthia Pitteway

Susi Kemmis

Helen Macdonald

Andy Eden

Hilary Hall



Gordon Joyner (Oxford Diocese)

Rev. David Andrew

Rev. Will Stileman

Clive Haines

Academies Financial Handbook 2017