Note: Selected documents for sections below are available for download in the sidebar of this page. Hardcopies are available on request.
The name, postal address and telephone number of the Trust, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:
Clerk to the Trust, Montsaye Community Learning Partnership, Greening Road, Rothwell, Northants, NN14 6BB. Telephone 01536 418844.
MCLP continues to work closely with the Local Authority over the admission arrangements for all schools in our trust. The detailed arrangements can be found by following this link.
Each school in the trust is required to publish their own individual prospectus and these can be found on the respective school websites. Please use the hyperlinks contained on our site to navigate to the appropriate school.
Information as to where and by what means parents may access the most recent report about the school published by her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education, Children's Services and Skills can be found here.
Key Stage Results and Performance Tables
Information as to where and by what means parents may access the School Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education's website can be found here.
Information regarding the curriculum in each of our schools can be found on their individual websites. Please use the hyperlinks contained on our site to navigate to the appropriate school.
The Behaviour policy for our schools can be found on the respective websites by using the hyperlinks contained on this site.
Each of our schools will be allocated Pupil Premium funding directly by the Education Skills Funding Agency. Schools are required to publish a statement on their websites to explain what funding has been received, how it has been spent and the impact on the educational attainment of those students for which funding was granted. These statements can be found on the respective school websites which can be found by using the hyperlinks on this site to navigate to the appropriate school.
Special Educational Needs
The SEN policy for our schools can be found on the respective websites by using the hyperlinks contained on this site.
The Trust's charging and remissions policy determined by them under section 457 of EA 1996(7) can be found as a download in the sidebar of the page.
School Ethos and Values
Montsaye Community Learning Partnership considers education as a lifelong process. By working collaboratively across the entirety of a child’s education we aim to enhance pupils’ life chances by providing a cohesive educational experience that will help that child to become an independent, thoughtful and resilient learner who makes excellent progress regardless of their starting point.
Children will be encouraged to adopt positive learning behaviours as they develop into young adults and we will expect high standards of achievement and behaviour in a positive, caring environment which fosters mutual respect between students, staff and parents.
By creating a strong learning community across the schools in the MCLP we will create a positive learning environment where all pupils believe that they can achieve, wish to make progress and believe that their achievements are valued.