Stay informed with our latest news regarding The Three Rivers Learning Trust and our schools.
We are looking to recruit new directors onto The Three Rivers Learning Trust.
Please click here to see a letter from Paul Carvin, Chair The Board of Directors about the appointment of Headteachers at Chantry, Newminster and KEVI.
Our annual Morpeth Partnership Ceilidh on Saturday 3rd February.
Please find below information about the expansion of the Trust from April 2018, to include Thropton First School, Harbottle First School and Dr Thomlinson Middle.
If your child is starting school or transferring to a different phase of education in September 2018 you need to apply for a place.
Students from Chantry, Newminster and KEVI will be selling stocking fillers and handmade gifts on Saturday 9 December.
There is going to be a one year variation of the Admissions Policy for Year 5 entry into Chantry Middle School, September 2018
The consultation for proposed changes to the Learning Trust governance arrangements in order to accept Church of England schools to join the Trust has now closed.
We have had a great day celebration Children in Need on Friday 17 November.
Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools in Morpeth have been awarded the prestigious Platinum Artsmark, accredited by Arts Council England.
Over the course of the last year the Board of The Three Rivers Learning Trust and the Governing Bodies of schools within the Morpeth Education Partnership have been exploring the most beneficial way forward for schools that have expressed an interest in joining the Learning Trust.
The Three Rivers Learning Trust is delighted to announce that our commitment to Health and Wellbeing has been recognised with the Silver Better Health at Work Award.
In light of the recent Grenfell Tower incident the Learning Trust has carried out a review of both fire safety in its broadest terms as well as narrower concerns on cladding and tower block evacuations.
Abbeyfields First School officially joined the Three Rivers Learning Trust, on the 1st May 2017.
On Friday 24 March, students and staff from Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools put on their dancing shoes in support of Red Nose Day 2017.
After many years of service Roger Vaughan has stepped down as a director of the Learning Trust, bringing to an end his long and distinguished service as a governor, director and Chair of local schools.
As the new housing developments in Morpeth begin to take shape, we are anticipating greater demand for places within the schools of the Learning Trust and across the Morpeth Partnership. We are working closely with our partnership schools and with Northumberland County Council to ensure a school place for all who live in the catchment area.
You will be aware from recent press reports, that Headteachers across the country are very concerned about school budget cuts. The attached letter, formulated by secondary and high school headteachers in Northumberland, details the funding concerns facing our schools.
Welcome to our new website, which is the new home for information about The Three Rivers Learning Trust. This includes how we govern, our future plans and aspirations, career opportunities, and statutory information such as financial reports. It also provides links to all of our schools and to The Three Rivers Teaching School Alliance. We hope you find the website informative and interesting and we welcome feedback about it.