Primary Schools within the Trust.
Executive Lead for Primaries: Tim Attwater
Headteacher: Mary Langton
Appleton Primary School has around 350 pupils on roll and is situated in the west of Hull. It caters for pupils from 3 to 11 and includes a 60 place nursery. The school has a strong and experienced leadership team, including a writing moderator for Key Stage One. The school was judged to be ‘Good’ in all areas by Ofsted in Autumn 2016. The school officially became part of the Constellation Trust on 1st May 2017.
Executive Lead for Primaries: Tim Attwater
Interim Headteacher: Tammy Pickering
Bricknell Primary School is a large primary situated close to the University of Hull with 630 pupils on role plus a 52 place nursery. The school was judged to be ‘Outstanding’ in all areas by Ofsted in Summer 2015 and is now a NCTL National Support School. The school has 6 Specialist Leaders of Education, offering expertise in SEND, Early Years, Maths, Finance Management and Premises Management. The school officially became part of the Constellation Trust on 1st May 2017.
Headteacher: Ruth Murray
Francis Askew Primary School is situated in the west of Hull within the Gypsyville area. It caters for pupils from 3 to 11 years old, with a 78 place nursery. There are around 420 pupils on roll including nursery pupils. The school has the International Schools Award for the 3rd time, holds the Gold Sportsmark and is an area training school for Numbers Count in association with Edge Hill University. The leadership team includes a Local Authority KS1 Moderator. The school is currently working in partnership with the other schools in the Trust and is in the process of consulting with stakeholders about becoming a full Trust member.
Headteacher: Alison Hird
Paisley Primary School is situated in the West of Hull, near to the KCOM stadium and the site of Hull Fair. Our aim is to provide the very best opportunities for each child to develop their full potential, whether it may be academic, sporting or creative, and as such the children enjoy an exciting and rigorous curriculum packed with hands-on opportunities and enrichment. The school is currently in the process of converting to become part of the Constellation trust.
Interim Headteacher: John Raw
Stoneferry Primary School has around 200 pupils on roll and is situated in the east of Hull. It caters for pupils from 3 to 11 and includes a 52 place nursery. The school was judged to be ‘Good’ by Ofsted in June 2015. The school has an experienced leadership team and a lead member of staff supports the behaviour and emotional well-being of our pupils. The school is currently working in partnership with the other schools in the Trust and is in the process of consulting with stakeholders about becoming a full Trust member.
Interim Executive Headteacher: Claire Smith
Victoria Dock Primary School has around 350 pupils on roll and is situated close to the banks of the River Humber. It caters for pupils from 3 to 11 and includes a 52 place nursery. The school was judged to be ‘Good’ by Ofsted in 2013. The school was the first PFI school in the country and prides itself on excellent outcomes for children and its strong history of sporting excellence. The school is currently in the process of converting to become part of the Constellation trust.
The Executive Lead for the Primary Schools in the Constellation Trust is a National Leader of Education with successful experience of leading an outstanding primary school and supporting other schools to improve pupil outcomes and the quality of leadership.
The schools in the Trust are supported by the Blueprint Teaching School Alliance who offer training and CPD to all partner schools as well as an extensive range of school to school support. The Teaching School has a range of primary Specialist Leaders of Education, offering specialist support in maths, special educational needs, Early Years Foundation Stage and finance and premises management.
All partner schools benefit from network meetings and co-ordinator groups to support with curriculum development, moderation and to identify and share best practice. Partner schools also benefit from shared data analysis and school review work as well as support with school improvement planning, quality assurance, lesson observations, work scrutiny and self evaluation.
All primary partners take an active role in the Trust and are committed to working collaboratively to provide the highest quality educational experience for all our pupils.