Beauchamp College is the lead school within the Lionheart Academies Trust. It is a highly successful and ethnically diverse college which educates students from Years 7 through to 13. Exams such as GCSEs and A Levels take a prominent role in the day-to-day running of the College and it prides itself on the mature and purposeful environment it has created for students to allow them to excel in the wide range of subjects provided by the College year upon year.
The Cedars Academy is an 11 to 18 academy in Birstall, Leicestershire. The school prides itself on a culture of high aspirations and hard work. In its latest OFSTED report the extra curricula activities and the investment in resources to ensure students are prepared for next steps were noted as particular strengths.
Judgemeadow Community College is an 11-16 school in Evington, Leicester. The multicultural community it is set in is reflected in the staff and students at the College and this diversity is celebrated in the curriculum and beyond. The state of the art facilities on its large site allow students to engage in several extra curricula activities whilst also enriching the learning experience of students in the classroom.
Hallam Fields Primary School is a brand new one-form entry school which opened in late August 2017 to serve the Hallam Fields estate on the west side of Birstall, Leicestershire. Working in partnership with our other primaries, opening a new school has allowed Hallam Fields to design an engaging and rich curriculum for students as they develop through the school.
Highcliffe Primary School has Urban Forest School status which means that learning is not limited to the classroom but also takes place outdoors, allowing young people to express themselves. As a result the positive attitude with which students approach their learning is a core part of the school culture.
Riverside Primary School offers an engaging, vibrant curriculum with opportunities for pupils to gain the skills and attitudes that will help them become successful in the future which is reflected in their slogan ‘Believe and Achieve.’ In the 2017 visit by OFSTED, care for students welfare and the above average skills in speaking and listening were highlighted as particular strengths for the school.