Dixons Allerton Academy
Bradford, United Kingdom
About Dixons Allerton Academy
At Dixons Allerton Academy our mission is for all students to leave the academy saying “At DAA, I developed good moral principles and achieved, exceptional outcomes that allowed me to have ambitious life choices”
We will work tirelessly and to whatever it takes for our students to achieve this. We make no excuses for having incredibly high expectations. We work with families, students and each other to ensure all students leave prepared and equipped for their next stage in learning and life.
Dixons Fazakerley is part of Dixons Academies Trust. At Dixons, we are committed to making a difference where it matters most. We work to improve the future for thousands of children in the parts of the north of England where young lives are adversely affected by social and educational disadvantage.
We believe that every child, regardless of their background, should be able to fulfil their academic potential and go on to thrive amongst the demands and expectations of 21st century life.
We are ambitious for every child we teach and want to see a society that benefits from the contributions of our well-educated and empowered young people who come through our network of high-performing non-faith academies. We make a difference to young lives by being that difference and defying the disadvantage we see.
Dixons Academies Trust
The Dixons Academies Trust is a family of 15 schools in Liverpool, Manchester, Bradford and Leeds: 3 primaries, 8 secondaries, 2 all-through and one standalone sixth form. We are committed to making a difference where it matters most:
- Values driven
- Over 30 years of challenging educational and social disadvantage
- Ambitious for every child and highly inclusive
- Always in the top 5 nationally for progress at secondary
- Committed to recruiting a diverse workforce
- Exceptional colleagues will support you to be your best
- Low staff turnover
We establish high-performing non-faith academies which maximise attainment, value diversity, develop character and build cultural capital. By the age of 18, we want every student to have the choice of university or a high-quality apprenticeship.