Our vision is to deliver a broad educational offer to our pupils delivering the very best educational practices from the independent and the state sectors. As an outcome, we aim for all BPET pupils to develop as all-rounders, confident and independent.
As a group, we have grown to be 12 primary schools across London and Berkshire. All schools are judged as Good by Ofsted, with 36% of our schools graded as Outstanding (compared to 16% nationally). We are proud that our model of education provision is having a positive effect on the pupils and the communities we serve.
We are an aspirational organisation and are keen to expand to 24 schools over the next few year. We want to develop geographic clusters of schools, creating hubs who are able to respond to the needs of their specific communities.
Therefore, we highly value the educational autonomy which each school enjoys, and we believe that leaders, teachers and staff should enjoy a sense of independence as much as the feeling of being part of a supportive multi-academy trust.
To drive this model, the BPET Central Team offers a range of support programmes, efficiencies and challenge for schools. This is funded through a 5% management charge. For this, schools receive the following support:
All our schools work to embed their chosen values in their curriculum, alongside the overarching BPET’s vision that every child should Learn, Enjoy, Succeed.
If you are interested to have a conversation with our CEO about your school joining BPET, please request a call via Claire Kevin at email@example.com.
“I am proud to be part of BPET, a forward thinking and ambitious trust. The uniqueness of every school within BPET is celebrated and encouraged. For me, the commitment to educational autonomy for each school is key: we can develop a curriculum that meets the needs of our school community and do so with the full support of the trust’s Central Team.
BPET staff are empowered as professionals to follow their passions, develop their skills and challenge themselves. I have been offered a wealth of high quality CPD and, as BPET has grown, there have been numerous opportunities to get involved across the trust. The talent pool across BPET is very strong, staff at all levels have a network of colleagues to share practice and shape the vision of education for our pupils. I feel like each member of staff is seen, known and valued as an individual. I truly feel like I work as part of a big family! ” Michelle Robertson – Headteacher, Braywick Court School