Growing a community of schools.

At Excalibur, we help students, staff, and schools to thrive, evolve, and overcome challenges as we grow together.

Let your individuality flourish.

Be part of a trust that recognises your school’s individuality and celebrates difference.

Planting the seeds of excellence.

Gain access to shared resources and expertise so your school can focus on the things that matter – developing future independent thinkers and learners.

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A very warm welcome to Excalibur Academies Trust. Founded in 2012, we are a multi academy trust that prides itself on a special blend of independence and collaboration, which is demonstrated in everything that we do. Our academies and partner schools are exceptional – delivering an education which ensures every student achieves and enjoys success.

 

Nicky Edmondson, CEO

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Sir AP McCoy visits Lambourn CofE Primary School

Sir AP McCoy visits Lambourn CofE Primary School

When researching for a local history project Lambourn’s Year 6 students were particularly excited by the strong local connection to the horseracing industry. So much so that one student decided to write to Sir AP McCoy asking if he would visit the school. Much to their delight, he said yes.

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St John’s uses 3D Printers to support NHS

St John’s uses 3D Printers to support NHS

St John’s Marlborough Design & Technology teacher Gary England is coordinating the production of items to support the NHS during the COVID-19 crisis. The link came about as Mr England has a friend in management in the Royal United Hospitals Bath Anaesthetics, Critical Care and ITU department, who told him about items they were in desperate need of.

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Former Olympian visits Fairfield

Former Olympian visits Fairfield

Fairfield High School was delighted to welcome former Olympian and international triple jumper Vernon Samuels to inspire and share his wisdom with Year 9 mental health ambassadors, with a view to empowering them to lead physical activities with their peers.

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