Reach4 News

ACADEMY SCOOPS BEST PRIMARY SCHOOL AND BEST PRIMARY HEAD AWARDS! Primary Academy, Greengate Lane in Sheffield, was honoured with two awards in The Star Best in Education Awards 2016 this week.  The annual awards celebrate the unsung heroes in the region’s local schools. Greengate Lane Primary School won both Best Primary School and Best Primary

Reach4 Academy Trust today formally welcomed four South Yorkshire primary schools into the Reach family.  Byron Wood, Hillside Academy (formerly Conisbrough Balby Street), Edenthorpe Hall and Greengate Lane primaries are all now part of the academy trust. The total number of schools in the South Yorkshire area to have formally joined the Trust is now

Welcoming Lower Meadow to Reach4, Libby Nicholas CEO of Reach4 said: “We are delighted that Lower Meadow Primary School in Sheffield formally joins the Reach4 family today. We have been working very closely over the last few months and look forward to building on the strong foundations in place to deliver an education that promises

Reach4 Academies Trust is currently looking for professionals to join Local Governing Bodies. Could you help? What do we need from you? We want your professional skills, strategic thinking and willingness to challenge and push us harder. We believe in effective governance at every level, starting from where decision-making has its greatest impact i.e. at school

Sir Steve Lancashire, the CEO of academy trusts REAch2 and the newly formed Reach4 was recognised today in the New Year Honours, receiving a Knighthood for his services to education. Sir Steve is also Executive Headteacher of Hillyfield Primary Academy in Walthamstow. REAch2 is the largest and one of the most successful families of primary

Four Barnsley schools will be the first academies to join Reach4. Carrfield Primary Academy, Highgate Primary Academy, The Hill Primary Academy and Goosacre Primary Academy will formally transfer from the Navigate Academies Trust to Reach4 on 1 April 2016. Reach4 has the highest expectations when it comes to academic results, but the Trust’s aspirations go