The Good Shepherd Trust (GST) is a family of church school academies within the Diocese of Guildford. Established in 2013 as a multi-academy trust, or MAT, the Trust believes in the value of each young person and the importance of holistic education at all of its schools.
In partnership with schools the Trust strives to provide transformational education by setting high standards, encouraging and recognising positive achievement in everyone, raising aspiration, increasing opportunities and improving standards.
22nd October 2020
Waverley Abbey CofE Junior School
£16,661-£18,406 pro rata
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Special Needs Assistant to join our team at Waverley Abbey. You will be working on a 1:1 basis with a child plus some small gro ...
21st October 2020
Ashley CofE Primary School
GST Grade 4 - £17669 minimum pa
Sustainable living and learning is at the heart of everything we do at Ashley. We have a vibrant curriculum themed around enquiries of learning and with a strong emphasis on educa ...
7th October 2020
Christs College Guildford
£17,669-£22,454 per annum pro-rated
Christ’s College are looking for an enthusiastic and creative individual for a new Marketing Assistant position at the College. The role includes promoting and celebrating the Col ...
The Guildford Diocesan Board of Education set up its own umbrella trust, Guildford Diocese Educational Trust (‘GDET’), at the end of 2011 to take forward its response to the Government’s academies agenda. GDET’s aims are broad but include the sponsorship of Church of England academies in the diocese. In order to take the sponsorship of academies further, The Good Shepherd Trust (GST) was established to manage diocesan academies.
This legal framework is required by the Department of Education and is closely regulated by them to ensure that trusts have the capacity to support significant improvement in their schools. The Good Shepherd Trust is a 'multi-academy trust' (or MAT), a family of ten schools within the Diocese of Guildford. It works with agencies and services in both the public and private sectors to provide support to each school based on its needs and priorities. Initially the work of the Trust was focused on sponsored academies, but it has since welcomed five diocesan schools that chose to convert to academy status.
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Our aim is to ensure that all schools in the Guildford Diocese are able to offer pupils transformational educational experiences which:
We are committed to transforming learning, raising aspirations, increasing opportunities and improving standards for all our children. This means that:
We create an effective climate for learning –
We set standards of excellence in teaching and learning – high expectations raise aspirations of pupils and their communities:
We offer a curriculum and learning environment relevant to our learners – high standards in the core curriculum especially literacy and numeracy
We build strong and effective partnerships with parents and the local and wider community