Bourne Academy is a good school, aspiring to be outstanding. The 11 to 18 school is highly successful, with a vibrant sixth form. Within our balanced curriculum, students receive appropriate challenge and support in their lessons. Our safeguarding, pastoral care and behaviour systems help our students to develop safely within a supportive school environment
Spalding Academy is a good school, aspiring to be outstanding. The school systems are similar to those at Bourne Academy, with close collaboration benefitting the staff and students at all Trust schools. Both GCSE and BTEC results have significantly improved since sponsorship of the school was undertaken by SLAT in September 2016.
Giles Academy is a school that is aspiring to be at least good. The school systems are similar to those at Bourne Academy, with close collaboration via pastoral and academic HUBS that benefit the staff and students at all schools. Standards at the school have improved rapidly since sponsorship of the school was undertaken by SLAT in September 2020.
ASPIRE – CHALLENGE – ACHIEVE
The South Lincolnshire Academies Trust (SLAT) is a Multi-Academy Trust which exists to ensure that all those in its care receive the support and challenge they need to do their best. All of our partner academies are local to the area of Lincolnshire, ensuring that they can work effectively together and benefit from each other and the services we offer. We believe a locally based Trust is best placed to meet the needs of our community, we are a partnership of schools working together for mutual benefit.
Mrs Lucy Conley
At the South Lincolnshire Academies Trust, we are responsible for the education and welfare of approximately 4000 students within our three schools, aged from 11 to 18. We are proud to provide a high quality, non-selective education for boys and girls within the communities of Bourne; Spalding; Boston & Skegness.
Our commitment is to have high expectations, with a firm, fair code of conduct applied consistently, and understood by students, teachers, parents and carers. We support positive, high profile rewards where students continue to develop good working relationships with their teachers. We are committed to developing the curriculum so that each student achieves their best in all subjects, providing appropriate support for those that need it in order to develop student confidence and self-esteem.