An Exceptional Education For All

The Collegiate Trust exists to improve education in Croydon, Crawley and the surrounding areas for children and young people up to the age of 19. We are building a partnership of academies for all ages which will work collaboratively to deliver Exceptional Education For All.

The work of The Collegiate Trust is informed by our core values:
Ambition    Collaboration

Leading to:
Achievement    Enjoyment

A Balanced Approach to Learning

Such an education values and delivers wonderful academic learning and progress, but puts right alongside this the development of wider skills and qualities that come through a balanced focus on creative, cultural and active learning; it is driven by strong Local Governing Bodies in each academy, expert Principals and well developed and supported teams of teaching and other staff. The successful learners developed by our schools become confident individuals and responsible citizens in our modern British society.

Latest News

Drama Workshop at University of Chichester

On the 29th November, The Quest Academy’s cast of “The Little Shop of Horrors” travelled to the University of Chichester. They took part in a workshop that aimed to help them develop their characters and overall performance ability using the fresh ideas of students currently studying at the University. After the workshop, the students had a…

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Oxford University Visit

Eleven Year 11 pupils had the exciting opportunity to visit Oxford University for the day. We arrived at the station early and caught the train to the City of Oxford. After walking to Mansfield College, students sat through a talk which really opened their eyes to the many opportunities given at university and the opportunities…

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Croydon Schools Badminton

Quest Academy teams from Years 9, 10 and 11 recently took part in a Croydon school sport competition in Badminton. The Year 9s hadn’t had much experience prior to the competition but still performed well, with a few wins. They played Riddlesdown, Lanfranc and Oasis Coulsdon. The KS4 competition was split into two groups. The…

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