WELCOME TO THE COLLEGIATE TRUST

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

CEO Letter to Year 13 Students

The CEO has written to all Year 13 Students following A Level & BTEC Results Day. Click on Read More then the letter can be downloaded here.

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Celebrating Students’ Achievements at The Quest Academy

Students at The Quest Academy have performed exceptionally well, despite the disruption to their education that they’ve faced in recent months. In addition to overall successes, several students obtained impressive sets of results: Head Girl Idorenyin Hope is progressing her studies at the University of York where she’s been accepted on a Biotechnology course. Idorenyin…

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MFL in Lockdown

During lockdown, French and Spanish students took advantage of this unique opportunity to not only become excellent linguists through practicing grammar and vocabulary, but also through exploring Francophone and Hispanic culture.  Through various challenges, we looked at food, films, festivals, memes, music and famous sites in French and Spanish speaking countries. Our students worked really…

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