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The Diamond Learning Partnership Trust celebrates one year at Burrow Academy in March





Burrowmoor Academy is celebrating a successful first year under the leadership of The Diamond Learning Partnership Trust.

Over the past twelve months, the March school has grown significantly, attracting new pupils daily and becoming a vibrant educational community.

Since taking over, the trust and staff at the school have driven substantial improvements in academic standards, with end-of-year results showing marked progress.

Burrowmoor Academy is celebrating one year under the Diamond Learning Partnership Trust.
Burrowmoor Academy is celebrating one year under the Diamond Learning Partnership Trust.

This achievement highlights the trust’s commitment to excellence and its strategic vision for continuous improvement through the delivery of an exciting relevant curriculum.

“Our first year with Burrowmoor Primary Academy has been incredibly rewarding,” said Ruth Bailey, headteacher. “We are proud of the progress we have made in enhancing educational outcomes and creating a supportive environment for our students. This success is due to the hard work and dedication of our exceptional staff.”

The staff at Burrowmoor form a cohesive team focused on maintaining and furthering the school’s upward trajectory, ensuring that every student receives a high-quality education and the support they need.

Among the activities enjoyed by pupils at Burrowmoor is the forest school.
Among the activities enjoyed by pupils at Burrowmoor is the forest school.

One child from the school council spoke about the changes and said: “We come to school now and know we are going to learn, it’s exciting to come to school – the teachers listen to us. Behaviour is better now and we love earning diamond stickers.”

A Year 6 pupil added: “We are so lucky, we have been in the forest school, out on trips and we are play leaders which means we can play with the younger children at lunchtimes.”

In addition to academic improvements, Burrowmoor has introduced an exciting Forest School program. From Nursery to Year 6, every child has had the chance to learn outdoors, fostering a connection with nature. A night vision camera has allowed students to observe local wildlife, including roe deer, foxes, and squirrels, visiting the forest when the children are not around.

Among the activities enjoyed by pupils at Burrowmoor is the forest school.
Among the activities enjoyed by pupils at Burrowmoor is the forest school.

As Burrowmoor Primary Academy looks to the future, The Diamond Learning Partnership Trust is committed to continuing its work in enhancing educational standards and providing an enriching learning experience for all students.



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