Founded in 2012, REAch2 Academy Trust is the UK's largest primary-only academy trust in the country. Led by primary education experts, we currently support 60 primary academies across England.
“We all know that an outstanding education has the power to change lives, and our team are totally committed to our mission"
11 Before 11 is our set of essential promises to help our children unlock their potential, their view of the wider world and their future. They are a series of seminal experiences that we want every child in the REAch2 family to have experienced before they leave us to go to secondary school aged 11.
“Rayan found what he was looking for, or in a sense, what he loves. He loves to be praised and to be noticed – to be special…”
We design and deliver Initial Teacher Training and professional development for teachers and school leaders through offering a national School Direct program.
FROM ACROSS THE TRUST
In the seaside town of Lowestoft, a new cycling ethos is taking root, thanks to an innovative and groundbreaking initiative known as the ‘Bike Library.’ This transformative project, initiated by REAch2 school Phoenix St Peter Academy, is not just about cycling but fostering active travel, empowering pupils, and creating valuable partnerships. As a trust dedicated … Read More
Springfield Primary Academy Achieves ‘Good’ Rating Across All Categories earning praise from Ofsted in their first-ever inspection. In a momentous achievement, Springfield Primary Academy, a proud member of our Reach2 Academy Trust, has received high praise from Ofsted inspectors in its first official inspection. The Birmingham-based school has been rated ‘Good’ in all categories, marking … Read More
On Friday the 29th September, schools across the United Kingdom unite in celebration for National Teaching Assistants’ Day, and why not? Amid the many rewarding roles in education, each playing a crucial part in the growth and development of pupils, one role often stands as the unsung hero – the Teaching Assistant (TA). The Essential … Read More