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INVICTUS EDUCATION TRUST’S MAIN FOCUS IS ALWAYS ON ASPIRATION AND ACHIEVEMENT THROUGH SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT AND THE SHARING OF GOOD PRACTICE

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Invictus Education Trust has just successful completed its second full year – the first year with four Academies (Ellowes Hall Sports College and Crestwood School in Dudley and
Ounsdale High School and Kinver High School in South Staffordshire) and last year with the addition of a fifth Academy – Leasowes High School in Halesowen.


Next term, Pedmore Technology College in Dudley will join the Trust – making it six schools in the Trust.

The Headteachers of each school meet every week with the Executive Headteacher, Andy Griffiths OBE. 

The main focus is always on aspiration and achievement through school improvement and the sharing of good practice.

Invictus believes strongly in activities beyond examinations to develop students’ life skills.

Last year, the Trust appointed Subject Directors across the Trust to drive forward their desire to ensure every student is able to achieve their full potential, both academically and socially, to meet the demands of an ever competitive world. 

One of the first cross- Trust appointments was that of a Director of Performing Arts. 

A Director of Sport has been added for 2017-2018.

Invictus believes strongly in activities beyond examinations to develop students’ life skills.

The Invictus Choir, formed last year, have performed at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall last year and then topped that by being in the BBC Prom Season at the Royal Albert Hall where they sang as part of the mass choir in a performance of the “Dies Irae” from Verdi’s Requiem in Prom 10. 

This was an experience none of the students will ever forget.

Another cross-Trust appointment last year has been to appoint a Head of the Invictus Sixth Form. Previously the schools have collaborated, sharing option blocks but since last September there is a combined Sixth Form on four campuses (five campuses from September 2017) offering more courses than ever before, but also retaining high standards of achievement and providing an even wider variety of enrichment activities from sport and the Arts to Oxbridge entrance and vocational work experiences.

Invictus has secured capital funding for its schools amounting to more than £15 million.

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Ward House
Himley Park
Himley
DY3 4DF


01384 686586

info@invictus.education

http://www.invictus.education/

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