At TNHA we aspire to provide every member of our community with the opportunity to be the ‘best that they can be’, by offering experiences that encourage the development of high attaining, self-confident, resilient, tolerant and happy young people.

“We are one team, determined to be the best that we can be.”

Our ethos is founded on the development of positive relationships with students and parents, outstanding teaching, a personalised curriculum and enthusiasm for learning.

At TNHA we value the opinions of all our stakeholders and encourage parents, students, staff and members of our local community to communicate with us openly regarding matters in the academy.  We encourage those affected by inequality to contact us with their views through parent’s meetings, SEND forums, questionnaires, parent evenings, social media, or directly with the academy.

We are ‘one team’ – students, staff, governors and parents – committed to working together to achieve our aim.

At TNHA we work in partnership with parents/carers to –

  • Ensure parents/carers from all backgrounds are encouraged to participate in the full life of the academy.
  • Ensure that there are good channels of communication, e.g. parent forums, questionnaires, parent’s evenings and social media channels to ensure parents’ views are captured and acted upon with representation from parents and pupils with a special educational need or disability.
  • Encourage members of the local community to join in academy activities and celebrations.
  • Ensure parents/carers of newly arrived pupils e.g. Armed Forces, EAL, Traveller or pupils with disabilities are made to feel welcome.
  • Encourage parents/carers who believe they may have been discriminated against are to raise the matter with the Principal, the Chair of Governors, or through the ATT Complaints Procedure.

 

Please click here for our Equality Statement 2020-21

Please click here for information on British Values

Our ethos is founded on the development of positive relationships with students and parents, outstanding teaching, a personalised curriculum and enthusiasm for learning.

At TNHA we value the opinions of all our stakeholders and encourage parents, students, staff and members of our local community to communicate with us openly regarding matters in the academy. We encourage those affected by inequality to contact us with their views through parent’s meetings, SEND forums, questionnaires, parent evenings, social media, or directly with the academy.

We are ‘one team’ – students, staff, governors and parents – committed to working together to achieve our aim.

At TNHA we work in partnership with parents/carers to –

  • Ensure parents/carers from all backgrounds are encouraged to participate in the full life of the academy.
  • Ensure that there are good channels of communication, e.g. parent forums, questionnaires, parent’s evenings and social media channels to ensure parents’ views are captured and acted upon with representation from parents and pupils with a special educational need or disability.
  • Encourage members of the local community to join in academy activities and celebrations.
  • Ensure parents/carers of newly arrived pupils e.g. Armed Forces, EAL, Traveller or pupils with disabilities are made to feel welcome.
  • Encourage parents/carers who believe they may have been discriminated against are to raise the matter with the Principal, the Chair of Governors, or through the ATT Complaints Procedure.

 

Please click here for our Equality Statement 2020-21

Please click here for information on British Values

ATT’s Values and Ethos