About The Olympus Academy Trust
The Olympus Academy Trust was set up in 2012 by founding member Bradley Stoke Community School. In January 2013 we commenced sponsorship of Abbeywood Community School, one of our local secondary schools when it was placed in Special Measures.
Since then, several schools have joined the group and OAT now also includes Bradley Stoke and Abbeywood secondary schools as well as Callicroft, Charborough Road, Filton Hill, Meadowbrook and Stoke Lodge primary schools. Bradley Stoke secondary has also grown to an all-through school with its own primary phase in September 2015.
Each of our schools has its own unique identity within the values and ethos of OAT. Headteachers are are responsible for their school and accountable for outcomes. Being part of a group of schools brings with it robust challenge and support as well as opportunities to share provision and central costs.
The name Olympus originates from the Olympus Concorde engine. This is significant because it was designed and produced locally and therefore links to our vision of providing an excellent standard of education for all children and families in our area.As a local organisation, we exist for the benefit of the communities we serve.
We are always keen to work with other schools, primary and secondary, encouraging them to join the partnership to develop and strengthen our local educational offer.